Foo Fighters brought the Halloween flavor to Studio 8H in the spirits of Spooktober.
According to Billboard, in a shot leading to their first Saturday Night Live musical performance on October 28, all the band members dressed up as the main characters giving a nod to the 1939 classic film, Wizard Of Oz.
The rockers enjoyed the transition so much that they even shared their creative costumes on their official Instagram page.
It was seen in the video posted, Grohl was dressed up as Dorothy Gale, Chris Shiflett as Tin Man, Nate Mendel chose to dress up as Cowardly Lion.
Meanwhile, Pat Smear dressed up as the Wizard of Oz, Josh Freese as Scarecrow and Rami Jaffee channeled Glinda.
The Instagram post was captioned with the SNL phrase, “Live from New York, It's Saturday night!”
The SNL was hosted by Nate Bargatze, who was joined by Foo Fighters were present as the musical guests.
The band kicked off the stage with the hard rocking track Rescued, followed by the emotional track The Glass accompanied by H.E.R. –helping with the vocals and guitar.
Both songs are from the band's 11th album, But Here We Are.
Despite donning the Wizard of Oz characters for the social media post, the group didn’t rock their costumes while on stage.
Earlier, when Nate was introducing the musical guest for the night, Marcello Hernendez chimed in by referring to the band as Boo Fighters.
Guitarist Grohl pretended to get offended at the insinuation, asking loudly, “What?” prompting Marcello to clear the air.
“Because it’s Halloween, you know, like ‘Boo Fighters'?”
And Grohl, 54, replied, “You know what man?…,” adding a hint of suspense before he remarked, “That’s the best idea I’ve ever heard!”
This SNL, Dave is also showing off his acting skills appearing in several cameos.