Foo Fighters' new movie Studio 666 is full of blood and gore, but if you really want to shock Dave Grohl, just mention that The Colour and the Shape is turning 25 this year.
Originally released in May 1997, the sophomore Foo Fighters album spawned the future classic "Everlong," as well as the singles "My Hero" and "Monkey Wrench."
In response to ABC Audio asking him about the record's upcoming milestone, Grohl says, "Our reaction is it's exactly what just happened: [guitarist] Pat [Smear] goes, 'Wow!' and we look at each other, like, 'Oh my god!'"
He laughs, "I don't even think we realized it."
In 2020, the Foos had mapped out a giant celebration to mark the 25th anniversary of their 1995 self-titled debut. Then, of course, came the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced Grohl and company to stay home during their big year.
While Grohl says that he doesn't currently have any plans to mark The Colour and the Shape's silver anniversary, he's open to the idea of 2022 making up for what they missed out on in 2020.
"We lost our last 25-year [anniversary], so let's take this one," Smear says.
"I know, I think 2020 was supposed to be our big 25, our big 25th anniversary," Grohl adds. "So yeah, let's take this one."
While the Foos ponder that idea, you can catch the band on the silver screen in Studio 666, which is in theaters now.