Eagles of Death Metal back on stage in Paris

Eagles of Death Metal back on stage in Paris
The American rock band Eagles of Death Metal again entered a stage in Paris Monday, nearly a month after having survived the terrorist attack inside the concert hall Bataclan.

- They were deprived of the stage three weeks ago and we want to offer them our tonight, said U2 frontman Bono, and hugged Eagles of Death Metals frontman Jesse Hughes on the stage in Accorhotels Arena in the French capital.

Expectations have been soaring for the band to make an appearance along with U2, after the Irish band last week hinted that "special guests" would join them on stage.

On Sunday it was Patti Smith who was invited up on stage, while Eagles of Death Metals was invited up on Monday.

U2 were scheduled to play in Paris on the 14th and 15th of November, but the concerts were canceled after the terrorist attacks in Paris November 13, where 130 people lost their lives. 90 of them were killed by armed jihadists inside the concert hall Bataclan, where Eagles of Death Metal played.


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