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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Excited for Foo Fighters yet?

Posted By on Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 8:52 AM

Maybe this killer trailer will get ya a little more rared up.

"Back and Forth" gets a one-night only screening this Tuesday, April 5, at Rave on Colonel Glenn. Pick up tickets here.

Be sure to stick around after the credits, though. You know how, say, Pixar always hides stuff after all the acknowledgments? Well, Foo Fighters are going to broadcast an entire, live concert in 3D of the band playing their upcoming album, "Wasting Light," in its entirety.

Sure, it may end up to be a love letter to Dave & Co., but I'm not passing up on the chance to see the Foos record in a garage and team up with Butch Vig, who produced "Nevermind" by that other band Grohl was in, and—hopefully this got on film—Chris Novoselic (also of that other band), who plays bass and accordion on a cut from the new album.

Also—don't forget: we're giving away a fistful of tickets to the band's May 18 show with Motorhead at Verizon. Just give us your take on a Foo Fighters track. Karaoke, music video, musique concrete: anything. (And hey, rappers and producers—their catalog is ripe for the sampling.)

Free tickets, y'all. Make a night of it. You could even call it a Foos Ball.

More info on that contest here.

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