A documentary about the Eagles of Death Metal's experience during the Paris terrorist attacks and the aftermath will debut on Feb. 13 on HBO.
Eagles of Death Metal
The Eagles of Death Metal will spend five weeks touring North America opening up for Mastodon.
Colin Hanks has directed a documentary that chronicles what the Eagles of Death Metal went through during and after the November 2014 Paris attacks.
Representatives for two summer festivals in France issued a joint statement in response to controversial comments frontman Jesse Hughes made last week.
The Paris venue will host one of its very first shows almost one year to the day after shuttering its doors following the terror attack that took the lives on 89 people.
While they'll now forever be synonymous with a senseless tragedy, Eagles of Death Metal proved a decade ago that they'll always stand for nothing but love.
After they were forced to cancel their European tour plans twice, Eagles of Death Metal have announced a massive North American trek.
The song is part of the third wave of covers for the Sweet Stuff Foundation's 'Play It Forward' campaign to benefit victims of the Nov. 13 Paris attacks.
Hughes said his suggestion that security guards at the Paris venue had prior knowledge of the terrorist attack in November were "unfounded" and "baseless."
"Hughes spread some very grave and defamatory accusations against the Bataclan teams," the Paris venue's owners said. "Hundreds of people were saved thanks to [security's] intervention."