Studio 666 Red Band Trailer Shows Dave Grohl Attacking Other Foo Fighters
the foo fighters really hold nothing back from this gruesome new trailer for their movie Workshop 666. Released on Friday, the trailer opens with the lead singer Dave Grohl and the rest of the band are getting fans ready for a truly unfiltered red band trailer. Viewers know that trailers for red stripes are usually uncensored because they promote R-rated movies and contain more violence, swearing, and emotionally charged scenes than trailers shown for all public.
Workshop 666 features the band ready to make a killer record. They’re unprepared for how literal it will turn out when one of their own is possessed by a downright evil demon. Set in a haunted mansion in Encino, California, Grohl is on a mission to kill his bandmates with some really mean weapons. Chainsaws and grills, this demon can’t be stopped. “Your music is welcome.” Grohl’s comments before beheading drummer Taylor Hawkins with a drum cymbal.
The Foo Fighters pack the one-minute, 30-second trailer full of gore and humor. As any fan would expect, Grohl’s possession scene is full of him yelling swear words while his guts are taken out by dark figures. Interspersed with the violence are loads of killer puns and a rocking soundtrack. In true Foo Fighter fashion, nothing is held back and absolutely no one is safe with Grohl on the hunt.
NME, the inspiration for the film came after the band noticed frequent interference with their recording software, with tracks being added and deleted haphazardly, and guitars going out of tune overnight. “There were pieces that were put out there that we didn’t put out there.” Grohl said, “But just like the weird open mic noises. Nobody plays an instrument or anything like that, just an open mic recording a room. And we didn’t hear any voices or anything really decipherable. But something was happening.Workshop 666 will be the band’s tenth studio album along with their first feature film. The film is set in the same mansion where the band recorded the album, which Grohl is convinced is haunted. In an interview with
Although inspired by the ghostly presence during the recording, the film pays homage to the horror comedies of the 80s and 90s. Workshop 666 is led by BJ McDonnell and band stars Grohl, Hawkins, Nate Mendel, pat smear, Chris Shifletand Rami Jaffee. The other distribution includes Whitney Cummings, Will Forte, Jenna Ortega, Leslie Grosmanand Jeff Garlin. The Foo Fighters are serving as executive producers for the feature with Wes Hagan, James Masciello, Tom Ortenberg, Matthew Sidari, John Silva, Gaby Skolnek, Kristen Welshand Michael Zhang.
Workshop 666 hits theaters on February 25. You can check out the killer red band trailer below:
“Studio 666” is set to hit theaters on February 25.
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