Dave Grohl will release a metal music album with the fictional band Dream Widow this week.
The Foo Fighters have recently released the horror film ‘Studio 666’ which tells of a band called Dream Widow recording a ‘lost’ album in the same haunted Encino mansion where Dave’s band recorded their fictional 10th studio album, with both leaders becoming possessed by a demon and beginning to violently beat up their bandmates.
According to reports from ‘Variety’, the former Nirvana drummer will release the ‘lost’ LP digitally on Friday (March 25). The single ‘March of the Insane’ from the horror movie soundtrack was released on streaming services in February, while YouTube announced the mysterious ‘never-released self-titled album’. At the time of this writing, no track listing has been announced for the record. Speaking about the chilling film, Dave previously told Rolling Stone magazine: “It’s going to be the lost album. It’s going to be the album they made before he killed the whole band.” The 53-year-old rocker had hoped to release the collection to coincide with the strip’s release on February 25, although the LP will now arrive a month later. “I mean, I’m working fast, but damn, that deadline is going to kill me. Yeah, I’m going to get it out for the movie. There’s going to be a Dream Widow record for February 25th,” Grohl previously said. informed.