The New Red Band Trailer For Foo Fighters’ ‘Studio 666’ Is Chock-Full Of Gore

Studio 666
Photo credit: Film distributor: Open Road Films. Production companies: Briarcliff Entertainment, Roswell Films, Therapy Studios.
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This Friday, folks will be able to check out the new movie Studio 666 from Dream Widow – we mean the Foo Fighters. If you didn’t know, Studio 666 is a horror-comedy that involves the rock group having to confront supernatural evils. Per the film’s IMDb page:

“Legendary rock band Foo Fighters move into an Encino mansion steeped in grisly rock and roll history to record their much anticipated 10th album.”

With the film’s release just days away, a new trailer has been released as well – but this is a Red Band trailer! Just like when we were kids and saw the “Parental Advisory” sticker on CD cases, seeing a movie trailer labeled as “Red Band” is always a good sign. That means you can expect to catch some extra spicy details.

Between the Foo Fighters putting out a kick ass thrash song and working on a new metal record, the band continues to surprise us left and right! When you see a chainsaw going through someone’s face, and then remember this is coming from the same band that wrote “Everlong” – that’s a hell of a contrast. And that chainsaw scene is just a taste of the brutality this film has to offer. You can check out the new Red Band trailer for Studio 666 below:

The film is directed by BJ McDonnell (who also directed Slayer: The Repentless Killogy). Dave Grohl is accredited with coming  up with the story to Studio 666, with screenplay credits going to Jeff Buhler and Rebecca Hughes. Will you be seeing Studio 666 in theatres?

The band’s new metal album – under the name “Dream Widow” – should also be out at the time of the film’s release. You can check out the band’s new song “March of the Insane” below:

The Foo Fighters formed in 1994, and at the time of this writing, they have released 10 studio albums. Their latest release is that of 2021’s Medicine at Midnight.


Words by: Michael Pementel