Ahead of the arrival of Studio 666 in cinemas on February 25, Foo Fighters have given fans a musical taste of what's to come from the highly-anticipated horror-comedy: a thrash metal song, March Of The Insane, by the film's fictional band Dream Widow.
Taken from the movie's soundtrack, March Of The Insane was originally intended for Dream Widow's 'never released self-titled album', which, according to Dave Grohl, didn't come out because, "The singer went crazy and murdered his whole band because of creative differences."
Speaking on The Howard Stern Show, the frontman explained: "[Foo Fighters] come in 25 years later to record, having no idea what happened 25 years ago, and I start becoming possessed by the spirit of the guy from 25 years ago and the spirit of the house. But this song, March Of The Insane, this is their lost record. This is the record they were making before their singer murdered [them]."