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Watch a movie starring the Foo Fighters

Posted by lonnie On March - 25 - 2011 0 Comment

The Foo Fighters can now add movie stars to their flawless resume. The iconic rock band has just released their documentary film, “Back and Forth.” The film is an archive of the Foo Fighter’s 16-year history and communicates to fans just how legendary the band really is.

Producer, Nigel Sinclair, has had a significant amount of experience with music documentaries. Having worked with Bob Dylan and the Who, we can guarantee you “Back and Forth” will quench your Foo Fighter thirst.

Fans can also get a closer looking into the making of the band’s upcoming album, “Wasting Light”, which drops on April 12th. The film starts in the past and moves towards the present, but with their upcoming album the Foo Fighters took a different route. The album was made without any computers or software. Just the band in a garage recording on an analog tape. Authentic is the way the Foo Fighters roll.

Check out a trailer for “Back and Forth” on the band’s official site.

by Lonnie Nemiroff

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