With Halloween just days away wouldn't it be great to see one of your favorite rockers as a ghost? Well now you can. On a recent episode of Yahoo!'s web series "Ghost Ghirls," a show about a couple paranormal investigators, Dave Grohl teamed up with Jack Black and Val Kilmer to take on the role as Sweetriver And The Huckleberry Dogs.

The group is an old 1970s-era Southern rock band who still haunt the recording studio waiting to finish their final song. Their only hope is that the Ghost Ghirls can help them finish the song so they can move on to the next life. The trio of rock stars/actors also performed another song together, titled "Georgia Peach," which is available on the series soundtrack on iTunes.

This isn't Grohl's first acting gig, but while he may seem like a natural in front of the camera, he insist acting is the last thing on his list saying "It's funny because a lot of people ask, like, 'Wow, you're kind of a natural at that, you should do that.' I'm like, 'Why? I can fill a stadium in Australia -- that's fun!"

In other news, Grohl will be teaming up with the Zac Brown Band at the 47th annual Country Music Association Awards on ABC November 6 at 7 p.m. But that's not all he has lined up, Grohl has also claimed that he and the rest of Foo Fighters are working on their eighth album, saying "We are going to make this album in a way that no one's ever done before, and we're pretty excited about it."