Tenacious D have appeared in numerous music videos by other bands, including "Push" by Dio, "Photograph" by Weezer and "Learn to Fly" by the Foo Fighters. Black has appeared on his own in many music videos, including a cameo alongside Dave Grohl in the music video for the Eagles of Death Metal song "I Want You So Hard (Boy's Bad News)", alongside Grohl again in the music video for the Foo Fighters' songs "Low" and "Learn to fly" and a cameo in the music video for the song "Sexx Laws" by Beck.
In addition to appearing in videos, Black and Gass sang backup vocals on the 2002 Styx album Cyclorama, on the song "Kiss Your Ass Goodbye". Tenacious D lent backing vocals to The Vandals album Look What I Almost Stepped In..., on the song "Fourteen". Tenacious D appeared on KROQ-FM's twelfth full-length Christmas compilation, Swallow My Eggnog, with Sum 41, on a song entitled "Things I Want".
Gass appeared in the Good Charlotte music video for the song "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous". Gass also performed lead acoustic guitar and vocals for the band Trainwreck, under the pseudonym "Klip Calhoun". The band also featured Jason "JR" Reed under the pseudonym "Darryl Donald", as well as John Konesky and John Spiker, who played lead guitar and bass, respectively, on The Pick of Destiny album. They have released a live album, Trainwreck Live, and were working on recording a studio album with producer John King. Black occasionally appeared with the band under the name "Tuffy McFuckelby". Trainwreck has broken up as of early 2011.
Gass also has a YouTube series called "Guitarings", cohosted by Tenacious D touring and session guitarist John Konesky, in which they interview musicians, give guitar lessons and discuss a range of topics related to guitars.
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