Foo Fighters Incredibly Uncomfortable About New Documentary

(Gibson) After a U.K. screening of the new Foo Fighters documentary, Back and Forth, frontman Dave Grohl admitted to the BBC that the film made him feel "incredibly uncomfortable."

The movie, directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker James Moll, chronicles the history of the hard rock band from their formation in the aftermath of Kurt Cobain's death and the breakup of Nirvana to the recording of the group's new album, Wasting Light. For Grohl, some of those experiences were difficult to sit through.

"I asked to watch it before the band did because I didn't want it to break up our band." Grohl said that a particularly difficult moment to watch was the footage where he trashed the recordings made by the band's original drummer, William Goldsmith, for The Colour and the Shape album and rerecorded the parts himself. "It was brutal," Grohl admitted. "That part made me incredibly uncomfortable. I told everybody, 'There's going to be something for each one of you in this movie that will make you feel incredibly uncomfortable.'" more on this story

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