There’s rarely been a better reason to salute those about to rock.

Eagles Of Death Metal have announced they’ll be performing in Paris tomorrow, marking the first time they’ve returned to the stage after last month’s terror attacks in the French capital.

Jesse Hughes and his crew will be taking the band’s co-founder, Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme along with ’em. Homme wasn’t playing with the band at the time of the attack at Le Bataclan, but appeared alongside Hughes during their first interview after the incident. 

EODM will be joining U2 on-stage for their final song; the Irish giants were slated to perform in the city on the 14th and 15th of November, but their dates were postponed following the attacks as well.

It’s up in the air what song they’ll be playing, but proceeds from the Eagles’ cover of Duran Duran’s Save A Prayer has already been raised towards charity efforts in the city. 

The band will also continue their halted European tour in February next year, because fuck terrorism, basically. Stay strong, fellas. 

Story: Fairfax. 
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