Dave Grohl covers song by his pre-Nirvana band Scream with Rise Against

The artists teamed up on hardcore track 'Came Without Warning' in Adelaide, Australia

Dave Grohl joined Foo Fighters support band Rise Against to cover a song by his pre-Nirvana band Scream.

Consequence of Sound reports that at a recent Foo Fighters show in Adelaide, Australia at the Coopers Stadium venue, Rise Against invited the Foos frontman onstage to play drums on their cover of hardcore act Scream’s ‘Came Without Warning’. Click below for fan-shot footage of the performance.

Grohl joined Scream when he was 17. The band were based in and around Washington DC and Grohl played on their fourth album, 1988’s ‘No More Censorship’, and its follow-up ‘Fumble’, which was recorded in 1989, but wasn’t released until 1993, by which time Grohl had left the band was playing with Nirvana.

It was recently revealed that Foo Fighters will cover Kim Wilde‘s 1981 single ‘Kids In America’ on their Record Store Day release. The four-track, 10-inch release, ‘Songs From The Laundry Room’, will also feature early versions of ‘Alone + Easy Target’ and ‘Big Me’ as well as an unreleased track, ‘Empty Handed’, from the Glastonbury 2015 headliners. It was recorded at Barrett Jones’ Laundry Room Studios in Seattle.

Dave Grohl has been crowned the official ambassador of Record Store Day 2015. The Foo Fighters frontman will lead the festivities on the day, which takes place on April 18 and celebrates the culture of independent record shops.