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The 'Mission: Impossible' actor and director Christopher McQuarrie are poured with 8 buckets of ice while Foo Fighters recreates the famous prom night scene from 1976's 'Carrie'.
Co-produced by the band and Butch Vig, the eight-song album was recorded at eight iconic studios in eight U.S. cities including Los Angeles, Nashville and New York.
The promo video is narrated by Dave Grohl who declares the band's mission to record their new album 'at different studios all over the country.'
The yet-to-be-titled anticipated new record will feature eight songs that were recorded by the band in eight different cities across the U.S.
The band plays the secret show at Preservation Hall in New Orleans after they spent days of recording new songs for their upcoming album.
The Fighters rocker says, 'I'll be focusing all of my energy on finishing up my Sound City documentary film and album for worldwide release in the very near future.'
Lead singer Dave Grohl tells the concertgoers in the NYC gig, 'Without making a big deal out of it, we don't have any shows after this. This is it, man.'
The Fighters and the Fire will perform along with the Rolling Stones member on an episode of 'Saturday Night Live' that will air May 19.
Also lining up to perform at the September 21 and 22 festival are Ludacris, T.I., Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, Florence and the Machine, Girl Talk and many more.
The other musicians who have won at the pre-telecast of 54th Annual Grammy Awards are Skrillex, Tony Bennett, Bon Iver, Betty White and Louis C.K.
Beside Nicki Minaj whose participation has been found out earlier, there's Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Foo Fighters and a couple others.
Being accused of surgically enhancing her breasts, the former 'Hannah Montana' star takes to Twitter to deny by writing, 'I wish they'd realize you don't have to be fake to be beautiful!'
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the music festival will return to its original home at the North Beach Asbury Park in New Jersey.
Westboro Baptist Church plan to picket the band's show in Kansas City because Dave Grohl and his bandmates are against their view on equality.
In addition to the two bands, The Wombats, Fleet Foxes and John Blake have also shared their condolence to the victims of the accident, and sent prayers for them.