In an upcoming interview, Eagles of Death Metal’s Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme open up about the attack that killed 89 people at their concert in Paris.
Homme's foundation issued a statement on Twitter: “Thank you for a moment to pause. Now time to help. Please donate.”
"Although bonded in grief," the band wrote, "we are proud to stand together, with our new family, now united by a common goal of love and compassion."
All donations made to the Queens of Stone Age and Eagles of Death Metal frontman's charity through Dec. 31 will be redirected to the Paris victims’ families.
“I’ve woken up feeling very out of sorts,” Auerbach said. “Why the hell did it happen there and not where we were playing?”
The band was playing a show at the Bataclan concert hall during a series of coordinated attacks throughout Paris.
On their first album in seven years, Josh Homme and Jesse Hughes once again offer up another slice of unadulterated (but clever and richly arranged) fun.
Watch Josh Homme do his best Elvis hip swing when the Palm Desert rock outfit played 'The Late Show' back in 2003.
During his Wednesday night show on Beats 1 radio, frontman Josh Homme announced Thursday's show.
The band debuted “Got a Woman” on Josh Homme’s Beats 1 radio show, 'The Alligator Hour.'