The Californian Rock Band, Eagles Of Death Metal or EODM returned to Paris on December 12, 2015 and surprised their fans by join U2 on stage. EODM's concert was attacked in the deadliest attack that took place on November 13, 2015, and 130 people were killed in it.
The band members who managed to escape, were rumored to never perform in Paris again. But yesterday marked the first time the band played since the attack in the Bataclan theater where 89 people from the concert were killed.
The frontman of EODM Jesse Hughes took to stage to join U2, who were performing the second of their last four concerts at AccorHotels Arena. The venue isn't too far from Bataclan theater. Remembering the victims if the attack, Jesse said, "Paris we love you and we will never give up rock and roll."
The Irish singer Bono of the band U2 called the Californian band on stage by saying, "They were robbed of their stage three weeks ago - we would like to offer them ours tonight,". He also added, "We stand with those whose lives have been torn apart by an ideology that is a perversion of the beautiful religion of Islam,"
The people in the audience had an emotional moment as they recollected one of the most deadliest attacks witnessed by Paris. As France is currently under the state of emergency, a helicopter hovered the Arena as they concert was conducted.