On Thursday night, Foo Fighters played a pre-Super Bowl show in Atlanta. The gig, saw the band bring out a spectacular roster of special guests, including Zac Brown, Queen drummer Roger Taylor, Tom Morello and Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell.

The performance saw the Fooeys tackle a cover of Black Sabbath classic ‘War Pigs’ alongside Zac Brown and Tom Morello. This isn’t the first time Brown and the iconc rockers have joined forces on this Black Sabbath track, they covered the song twice in 2014. Check out the footage below.

Watch: Foo Fighters – War Pigs with Zac Brown and Tom Morello

Foo Fighters, Morello and Brown were joined by Perry Farrell for a performance of Jane’s Addiction track ‘Mountain Song’.

Watch: Foo Fighters – Mountain Song with Perry Farrell, Tom Morello & Zac Brown

The Fooeys also smashed out a blistering cover of Queen’s ‘Under Pressure’, with Roger Taylor taking on drumming duty.

Last year, the band began integrating the 1982 Queen and David Bowie collaboration into their sets, inviting members of the crowd to join them for guest vocal duties. At their Vancouver show on September 8th, the Fooeys invited a 16-year-old fan on stage and it was wholesome as hell, check out all the action now.

Watch: Foo Fighters – Under Pressure with Roger Taylor