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    The Foo Fighters horror comedy flick “Studio 666” was released in American cinemas last month. Following this, an EP of the fictional metal band Dream Widow appearing in the film is to be released. And who else could have written the music on it other than Dave Grohl himself?

    The lost EP of a murdered band

    The title “March of the Insane”, which also comes from the horror comedy, was released in February. The song is actually performed by the Foo Fighters, of course, but the band Dream Widow is credited with the plot of the film. In “Studio 666,” while wandering through a haunted house for inspiration for the Foos’ new record, Grohl discovers a demo tape containing the track.

    Speaking about the feature film’s story, Grohl tells Variety, “When we were writing the script, we had this idea of ​​an epic metal opus that would summon a demon in the house.” He says he has “a million riffs” in his head right away had that would come into question. “So I recorded this 13- or 14-minute track by myself, which is very metal-ish,” said the Foo Fighters frontman of the development of the film’s music. “Then I developed the idea into doing a whole Dream Widow album straight away, which would be their missing record, which they made before they were murdered,” Grohl elaborates on his train of thought.

    Studio 666 is based on actual experiences of the Foo Fighters

    The “lost” EP will be released on March 25th. to appear. Initially, the songs will only be available digitally, but a physical release is also planned for the end of the year.

    The film’s gory plot is based on true, albeit less spectacular, supernatural experiences the band had while recording their tenth album, Medicine at Midnight. The old house in California, which served as a studio for the musicians at the time, later became the filming location for the horror movie.

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