Dave Grohl has teamed up with Swedish metal band Ghost in order to drum on their cover of ABBA song, 'I'm A Marionette'.
The song is originally from ABBA's fifth album, and Ghost will be using it as the B-side to their upcoming new single 'Secular Haze'. As well as drumming, Grohl has also produced the track.
Speaking recently to Decibel magazine about the cover, a member of Ghost said, "We are Swedish, and ABBA has always been a very, very strong part of our modern musical heritage. We all grew up with their music very present. Not only that - ABBA basically took a few hundred years of traditional Swedish music and made it into pop songs. I'm talking about folk music from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.
"Anybody outside Scandinavia probably isn't familiar with those tones or musical language. But one of the reasons ABBA broke through so enormously first in Sweden was probably because of their folk music influences.
"I think anyone from Scandinavia is easily infatuated with that sort of music, so ABBA has a deeper meaning to us, I think."
This is the latest in what is set to be a busy few months for Grohl. As well as recently premiering his supergroup Sound City Players at Sundance - alongside his documentary on Sound City studios - he's set to deliver the keynote speech at SXSW.
He will also be playing on Queens of the Stone Age's upcoming album, and recently teamed up with Paul McCartney for a reunion with former Nirvana members. The band played a new song, titled 'Cut Me Some Slack', at the 12-12-12 Hurricane Sandy benefit in New York.
When this happens the other way around - the worst ever pop cover versions
Ke$ha - Blur 'Song 2': The US pop singer lifted the iconic vocal riff from the Brit band's classic track for her new tune 'Woo Hoo'. Bet Damon Albarn never had autotune and a europop beat in mind when he wrote this one...
The Voice UK juges - U2 'Beautiful Day': On a show where almost everything goes wrong, this performance by the show's 'professional' judges still managed to stand out. Worth watching for The Script's Danny O'Donoghue and his attempts at rocking out on the BBC show.
Girls Aloud / Sugababes - Aerosmith 'Walk This Way': Sure, it was for Comic Relief, but even the starving children in Africa deserve better than cacophany.
5ive - Queen 'We Will Rock You': In one of Queen's earliest pop miss-steps, they teamed up with dreadful boyband 5ive for a cover of their own hit. Notoriously terrible.
Britney Spears - Joan Jett 'I Love Rock and Roll': We're not sure Britney love anything other than her iced mochas and her cigarettes, but she tried to convince us otherwise on this cover of the eighties rock classic.
Leona Lewis - Oasis 'Stop Crying Your Heart Out': Sure, it worked on her cover of Snow Patrol's 'Run', but Leona Lewis' attempt at covering this Oasis classic fell flat. She went for a it a third time in 2011 when she covered Nine Inch Nails 'Hurt' as well. Will Slipknot get the Leona treatment next?
Matt Cardle - Biffy Clyro 'Many Of Horror': Poor old Matt Cardle. Now dropped from his record label, he wasn't even granted the dignity of being allowed to keep Biffy Clyro's original 'Many Of Horror' title on his debut single 'When We Collide'
Marcus Collins - White Stripes 'Seven Nation Army': Simply awful - and not even an original idea. A carbon copy of French singer Ben L'Oncle Soul's reworking.
Joss Stone - White Stripes 'Fell In Love With A Boy': Still one of the biggest earning UK music artists, the world fell for this Westcountry singer and her dreary cover of this Jack White classic.
Little Mix - Damien Rice 'Cannonball': Many wondered what Damien Rice was thinking when he permitted his bitter classic 'Cannonball' to be covered by 2011 X Factor winners Little Mix. Money. That's what he was thinking.
All Saints - Red Hot Chili Peppers 'Under The Bridge': Not sure the nineties girlband really conveyed the original's message of a man dealing with a heroin addiction on this embarassingly misjudged cover...
Glee - Journey 'Don't Stop Believing': The song that unleashed a musical monster upon charts the world over. Still, these kids sure can sing...
Mel B - Cameo 'Word Up': When the Spice Girls came to an end, five underwhelming solo careers were born. Melanie Brown's the least impressive of all.
Tina Cousins - Kings Of Leon 'Sex On Fire': Make it stop. DEAR LORD, MAKE IT STOP!
Avril Lavigne - Bob Dylan 'Knocking On Heaven's Door': Another charity effort, another classic crumbles.
Take That - Nirvana 'Smells Like Teen Spirit': We're not sure what's more offensive about this Take That's live cover of the Nirvana classic - the song itself or the number of nipples on display on the stage.
Hilary Duff - The Who 'My Generation': When Hilary Duff sings about 'her generation' we assume she means the generation of priviledged LA starlets who churn out dreadful music and awful movies on a worryingly regular basis?
Daphne and Celeste - Alice Cooper 'School's Out': Perhaps one of history's worst pop band's, the bubble burst for this horrific US duo when they released this flop cover of the Alice Cooper rock hit.
Sugababes - Arctic Monkeys 'I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor: Hardly the worst cover on the list, this note-for-note cover was a shameless attempt at credibility from the ever-changing girlband. It takes more than a few guitars to convince people you've gone rock girls...
Madonna - Don McLean 'American Pie': The saddest thing about Madonna's 'American Pie' cover is how good it sounds compared to the terrible europop she's churning out these days...