Eagles Of Death Metal Play First Concert Since Paris Terror Attacks

Peter Helman | February 13, 2016 - 6:55 pm

Three months to the day after the shocking terrorist attack that took place at Eagles Of Death Metal’s last concert in Paris, the band are kicking off their rescheduled European tour. This morning frontman Jesse Hughes gave an emotional interview on Swedish TV, declaring, “I am a raw nerve.” But none of those nerves were visible tonight as Eagles Of Death Metal made their triumphant return to the stage, performing a full concert for the first time since the Bataclan at Stockholm’s Debaser Medis. After seeing Hughes so understandably shaken to his core by the events of that horrible night, it feels great to see him in badass rock ‘n’ roll god mode again, just playing some loud music and bantering with the crowd and having a good time. Watch the TV interview and footage from the show below.

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