Several more clips have been posted from Dave Grohl's forthcoming 'Sound City' documentary about the legendary Van Nuys, Calif. recording facility of the same name that played host to a long list of platinum artists -- including Grohl’s former band Nirvana -- before closing its doors in May 2011.

Last month, interview clips with Metallica's Lars Ulrich and REO Speedwagon's Kevin Cronin were posted online, and now a slew of new clips are available to preview, including interviews with the Pixies' Frank Black, Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor and producer Rick Rubin. Each clip features the featured musician discussing his very first musical memory.

In his clip, Frank Black recalls the first time he heard band performing live, which took place when he was five years old and he peeked into his neighbor's basement after hearing a "racket" that made him "frightened but curious." "It was my first epiphany about loud music," says Black. "As soon as that happens, whatever this is all about, [I knew] that's what I want to be doing."

While a release date for the documentary has still not been revealed, the official website for the documentary says that the movie is "coming soon." Watch the clip below featuring Trent Reznor, which will start a string of interview clips including Frank Black and Rick Rubin.

Watch the New 'Sound City' Clips