The Foo Fighters Present A New Beer To Celebrate The Release Of ‘Studio 666’

Studio 666
Dave Grohl photo: Lindsay (uploaded by TheCuriousGnome) (Wikimedia Commons ) / Beer photo: Egien (Wikimedia Commons)
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Tomorrow the new Foo Fighters horror-comedy film Studio 666 will be hitting theatres; we should also be hearing that new Dream Widow album as well by then! To celebrate the release of the movie, the Foo Fighters have teamed up with Coors Light for a special new beer.

As reported by Loudwire, Coors Light is apparently Dave Grohl’s favorite beer. The limited-edition batch of this “Foo Fighters” beer – called Coors Almighty Light – is made with water that’s been blessed by a non-denominational ordained minister.

“Coors Almighty Light is the first spiritually-enhanced beer developed specifically to ward off demons while viewing the Foo Fighters’ dangerous new film Studio 666,” the beer brand’s website reads. “Made with real sacred water that has been blessed, this drinkable demon deterrent will shield your soul with every sip.”

Will you be sipping on Coors Almighty Light and checking out Studio 666 when the film hits theatres tomorrow? Or maybe you’re just really excited for that new Foo Fighters metal album.

The premise to Studio 666 is as follows: “Legendary rock band Foo Fighters move into an Encino mansion steeped in grisly rock and roll history to record their much anticipated 10th album.”

At the time of this writing, the band have released one new song, being “March of the Insane.” The song is unlike anything you’ve ever heard from the Foo Fighters. As part of the film’s narrative, the song was written and recorded by “Dream Widow” – the fictional metal band in Studio 666. You can check out the lyric video for “March of the Insane,” as well as the Red Band trailer for the movie below.  Heads up, that Red Band trailer is full of gory bits.

You can also enter for a chance to win some of the new “Foo Fighters” Coors Light beer here, and purchase tickets for Studio 666 here.


Words by: Michael Pementel