When Dave Grohl broke his leg, Foo Fighters were forced to cancel their headlining slot at Glastonbury but also at the Rock Werchter festival in Belgium. Just as Florence + the Machine were enlisted to fill in for the Foos at Glastonbury, Faith No More subbed for the Grohl-led rockers at Rock Werchter. And just like Welch, Mike Patton and crew paid tribute to the injured Grohl and his bandmates during their set.

Before transitioning into their own “Midlife Crisis” -- from their 1992 full-length, Angel Dust -- Faith No More treated festival-goers to an abbreviated rendition of the Foos’ “All My Life.” Check it out in the video above, and then take a look at their complete Rock Werchter set list below (via Alternative Nation).

At Glastonbury, Florence + the Machine also covered a Foo Fighters tune in the band’s absence. Welch served up a beautiful rendition of One By One’s “Times Like These.”

The Foo Fighters had to cancel the string of tour dates after Grohl broke his leg during a concert in Sweden. However, rumor has it the band is already booked as the headliners for next year’s Glastonbury festival.

Faith No More Rock Werchter set list
"From Out of Nowhere"
"Black Friday"
"Everything’s Ruined"
"Midlife Crisis" (w/ Foo Fighters’ “All My Life” )
"The Gentle Art of Making Enemies"
"Easy" (Commodores cover)
"Separation Anxiety"
"Last Cup of Sorrow"
"Ashes to Ashes"

"We Care a Lot"
"Cone of Shame"

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