Performance of ‘Kick Out The Jams’ follows other recent Grohl activity
Dave Grohl appeared on stage during Prophets Of Rage’s show in Toronto last night (August 24).
The Rage Against The Machine/Public Enemy/Cypress Hill supergroup were playing at the 16,000-capacity Molson Canadian Amphitheatre in Toronto when Grohl joined them in the encore to sing a cover of The MC5’s classic 1969 protest song ‘Kick Out The Jams’.
The show comes as Prophets Of Rage release their debut EP ‘The Party’s Over’ tomorrow. As well as the title track, the EP features ‘Prophets Of Rage’ plus live versions of ‘Killing In The Name Of’, ‘Shut Em Down’ and ‘No Sleep Til Cleveland’.
The band began their ‘Make America Great Again’ tour on August 19, which runs until a show at Chula Vista Sleep Train Amphitheatre in California on October 15. There are as yet no plans for any UK shows.
Meanwhile, Grohl has joined Korn in the studio during the recording of their new album ‘The Serenity Of Suffering’. Drummer Ray Luzier posted an Instagram photo of Grohl in the studio, but isn’t clear if the Foo Fighters singer is helping on the album or just visiting the band.
Foo Fighters are currently on a break, having announced in March via a parody split video that they were going on hiatus to pursue solo projects.