In the band’s first interview following the attack at their Nov. 13 concert in Paris, Eagles of Death Metal’s Jesse Hughes said he couldn’t “wait to get back to Paris” to play their next show. According to Billboard, Hughes and Josh Homme will make their triumphant return to the French capital this Sunday.

U2, who had to postpone a pair of shows in Paris following the attacks, have rescheduled those concerts, and Eagles of Death Metal will reportedly join the Irish rockers on stage. Bono and company will play AccorHotels Arena on Dec. 6 and 7. Homme and Hughes will repotedly make an appearance for Sunday night's set-closing song.

U2’s concerts were originally scheduled for Nov. 14 and 15 and would have broadcasted live on HBO. The concert special will now air on Monday night at 9PM EST.

Eagles of Death Metal have also rescheduled the European tour dates they were forced to cancel following the Paris attacks. They will return to the road in February.