Foo Fighters feel bad about Metal Grammy win
Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl feels ''bad'' for winning the Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Grammy, as he didn't think the track was heavy enough.
Foo Fighters feel ”bad” for winning the Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance Grammy.
The rockers picked up the trophy for their track ‘White Limo’ – one of the five awards they took home on Sunday (12.02.12) – and whilst singer Dave Grohl had admitted it was the one he most wanted, he feel sorry for metal act Dream Theater, as their track was heavier.
Shortly after being announced as winners, Dave told MTV: ”We got it! I feel so bad for the Dream Theater guy, because they actually had a metal performance. We didn’t, but it’s awesome.”
Referring to White Limo, he added: ”That’s kind of the coolest song we’ve ever written.”
Dave added he was also happy most of the awards they were nominated for had been announced before they performed at the show.
He said: ”It’s kind of nice. Now we can just sit there and play and not worry about Grammys anymore. I think if we win them all, we look like d***s.”
Drummer Taylor Hawkins was really excited about performing their version of ‘Rope’ – seguing into the remix version by deadmau5 halfway through – a one-off for the event.
He said: ”It’s so un-us, though, when you hear it that it’s awesome.”