See Dave Grohl Cover Metallica's "Enter Sandman" With Zac Brown Band | Revolver

See Dave Grohl Cover Metallica's "Enter Sandman" With Zac Brown Band

Complete with fiddle-playing and hand-clapping

Since apparently everyone and their mother are whipping out renditions of Metallica's 1991 hit "Enter Sandman" recently, it should shock no one that rock's reigning king of the crowd-pleasers Dave Grohl jumped onstage with country outfit the Zac Brown Band last night, January 31st, in Atlanta to belt out the tune for the crowd at the Pandora Live Superbowl 2019 event. Fan-shot video captures the action as one attendee cheers loudly, "Holy fuck!" and Grohl revs the audience up into a rousing, clapping sing-along. Keeping the cover mostly true to the original (granted, there was no fiddle in the Black Album version), the seven-piece band and lead Foo Fighter rip through the track without a hitch, hitting every note and solo with impressive accuracy.

This collaboration wasn't the first for Grohl and Zac Brown. The former produced The Grohl Sessions Vol. 1 for the band in 2013, after which Brown spoke highly of the former Nirvana drummer. "Dave is a musical genius, " he said in a press release. "It's been amazing to play with him onstage and get to spend time working with him in the studio." Grohl echoed the admiration, telling Rolling Stone of Brown's band, "They're unbelievable ... so good they can be tracked live; we didn't fuck with computers, we tracked live, four-part harmonies around one microphone." Watch below to see behind-the-scenes footage from those sessions.