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When Dave Grohl was drumming in Nirvana, he spent a lot of his downtime on tour and between records writing his own songs. He even released a cassette called ‘Pocketwatch’ in 1992 under the pseudonym ‘Late!,’ but was often too self-conscious to share the songs with Kurt Cobain. After Cobain died in 1994, Grohl was inundated with offers to join other bands like Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, but he decided to instead record and release his own songs under the name Foo Fighters – a World War II term for unidentified flying objects. His self-titled 1995 debut was so well-received, he assembled a band including Nirvana live guitarist Pat Smear and Sunny Day Real Estate bassist Nate Mendel that has since gone on to become one of the world’s biggest arena rock bands – far more melodic and accessible than Nirvana but still rooted in the same classic rock and punk influences.

Watch the Foo Fighters’ ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Segment

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Foo Fighters sang some of their hits and goofed around on the popular 'The Late Late Show With James Corden' feature.

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Foo Fighters to Appear on ‘Carpool Karaoke’ Segment With James Corden

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Ian Gavan, Getty Images

Following the release of their ninth album last week, the band will take a turn in the late-night host's car.

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Foo Fighters Once ‘Triggered an Earthquake’

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Don Arnold, Getty Images

Dave Grohl remembered a 2011 Foo Fighters concert that registered on a seismograph.

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Foo Fighters Launch ‘Vault’ Containing ‘Secrets’ of ‘Concrete and Gold’

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Ian Gavan. Getty Images

Foo Fighters are teasing their upcoming record by periodically uploading clips of the new songs.

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Hear the Foo Fighters’ New Song, ‘The Line’

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"The Line" is the Foo Fighters' third preview of 11 total 'Concrete and Gold' songs, following "The Sky Is a Neighborhood" and "Run."

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Foo Fighters Apparently Identify ‘Biggest Pop Star’ Album Guest

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Dave Grohl explains how Justin Timberlake came to appear on ‘Concrete And Gold.’

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Foo Fighters Lineup Changes: A Complete Guide

Foo Fighters Lineup Changes: A Complete Guide

Starting from very humble beginnings as Dave Grohl's secret one-man recording project, the Foo Fighters have grown into one of the world's biggest rock bands.

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Dave Grohl Feels Like an ‘Alien’ in Donald Trump’s America

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The president's policies leave the Foo Fighters frontman concerned for his daughters' future.

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Watch the Foo Fighters’ New Video for ‘The Sky Is a Neighborhood’

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Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins first debuted this song at the Fillmore in May during the Acoustic-4-A-Cure benefit concert.

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Rick-Grohling: The Foo Fighters and Rick Astley Perform ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ Together

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Tim Mosenfelder, Matt Cardy / Getty Images

The Foo Fighters invited Rick Astley onstage in Tokyo to perform his 1987 smash "Never Gonna Give You Up"

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