Foo Fighters have debuted the first trailer for their upcoming horror-comedy film, Studio 666.
The clip, which premiered via EW.com, follows Dave Grohl and company as they enter a creepy mansion to record their new album. While the house certainly is unsettling, Grohl is dealing with something even more serious: writer's block. At one point, he starts playing a new riff that he just wrote, only for drummer Taylor Hawkins to inform him that's the riff from "Everlong."
Soon, Grohl starts scribbling away, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy"-style, before he's overtaken by the house's malevolent forces, turning him into a demonic, murderous monster.
To find out what happens next, you can catch Studio 666 premiering in theaters February 25.
Along with the six Foo members, the Studio 666 cast includes Whitney Cummings, Leslie Grossman, Will Forte and Jenna Ortega. Additionally, the trailer features cameos from Slayer's Kerry King and Lionel Richie.
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