Steve Vai recently shared a couple of posts about Foo Fighters’ frontman Dave Grohl and the band’s upcoming movie ‘Studio 666’ along with his role in it on his official Twitter account.

Foo Fighters announced their new supernatural horror comedy film entitled ‘Studio 666’ by sharing its trailer. The movie was directed by B. J. McDonnell and Jeff Buhler, and Rebecca Hughes wrote the screenplay inspired by Grohl’s story. The cast includes the band members as well as Whitney Cummings, Leslie Grossman, Will Forte, and Jenna Ortega.

The movie reflects Foo Fighters’ creation and recording process of their upcoming album in a mansion full of supernatural creatures and events. The story becomes more and more interesting when Grohl himself is possessed by an evil creature. Later it was understood that Vai replaced the lead singer for a very special scene.

In his tweets, Vai stated that he had a great time at the premiere of ‘Studio 666’ in which he is shredding for Grohl because he doesn’t play it like that. Vai added that he is living very close to the shooting scene, and it was a pleasure to be a part of this movie which made him laugh a lot.

Vai’s tweet read:

“Last night I attended the premiere screening of the new Foo Fighters movie ‘Studio 666.’ What a hoot! The movie is just off the charts gory and funny. Our favorite Foos are cast in a haunted house where Dave becomes possessed and starts doing strange things.”

He added in the following tweets:

“There’s this one scene where Dave is trying to explain to the band what he wanted them to play, but he is half out of his mind and starts wailing wildly. Dave doesn’t actually shred as a guitar player, and I actually live a 3-minute walk from where they were filming…

So Dave called me and asked if they could shoot my hands and shredding for the scene. It was a glorious blast of demonic shred pleasure and when I saw it in the theater, I had to throw my head back and laugh out loud.

It was really great to hang with the Foos that day. With BJ McDonnell as director and a host of other fine folks, The Foos made a fantastic movie that their fans are going to ‘eat up raw.’

You can check out the tweets below.