Foo Fighters drop haunted thrasher “March of the Insane” from ‘Studio 666’
The song, featured in the band's upcoming horror-comedy film Studio 666, was written and recorded by Foo Fighters, but released under the moniker of the fictional band Dream Widow. The track comes from Dream Widow's never-released self-titled album, according to the description of the video.
Studio 666 finds Foo Fighters as they move into a haunted house to record their 10th album. Dave Grohl eventually becomes possessed by one of the house's former residents — a member of Dream Widow. “March of the Insane” is meant to be the band's lost record, one they were making before their singer murdered them over creative differences.
Check out the lyric video for “March of the Insane” below, and go see Studio 666 in theaters Feb. 25.