Vrijdag 10/04/2020

Eagles of Death Metal keren terug naar Bataclan

Members of the band Eagles of Death Metal, Jesse Hughes, right, and Julian Dorio pay their respects to 89 victims who died in a Nov. 13 major extremist attack, at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, France, Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015. Members of the California rock band Eagles of Death Metal are back at the ravaged Paris theater where they survived a massacre by Islamic extremist suicide bombers. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)AP

De Eagles of Death Metal zijn langsgegaan bij het Bataclan-theater in Parijs, de plek waar ze op 13 november onder vuur werden genomen. De bandleden legden er zelf bloemen neer en namen de tijd om naar de bloemenzee en briefjes te kijken die bij de concerthal zijn achtergelaten. Aanwezige media vroegen frontman Jesse Hughes nog of hij kon beschrijven hoe hij zich voelde, maar daar ging de artiest niet op in.

The menbers of Eagles of death metal laid flowers before the Bataclan, Paris. Julian Dorio (Eagles of Death Metal);Jesse Hughes PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTPhoto News
epa05059838 (L-R) Members of the US band Eagles of Death Metal, Julian Dorio, Jesse Hughes, Dave Catching and Matt McJunkins pay their respects to the victims of the 13th November Attacks in front of the Bataclan in Paris, France, 08 December 2015.The Eagles of Death Metal band had been on stage for an hour on 13 November when terrorists barged in and opened fire, killing 89 people including the band's merchandise manager, Nick Alexander. The rock band whose concert became the scene of a terrorist massacre at the Bataclan music club in Paris announced that they wanted to return to perform there again. EPA/YOAN VALATEPA
(L-R) Jesse Hughes, Dave Catching, Matt McJunkins and Julian Dorio, members of Eagles of Death Metal band, mourn in front of the Bataclan concert hall to pay tribute to the shooting victims in Paris, France, December 8, 2015. The band Eagles of Death Metal, known as EODM, was performing at the Bataclan when the deadliest of the Islamic State attacks took place in Paris on November 13. REUTERS/Charles Platiau TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYREUTERS
Members of the group 'Eagles of Death Metal' gathered to pay their respects to the dead and to remember the victims after the terrorist attack on November 13th at the Bataclan while they were performing on stage, in Paris, France, on December 08, 2015. PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTPhoto News
epa05059862 Jesse Hughes (C), the frontman of the US band Eagles of Death Metal, and drummer Julian Dorio (R) pay their respects to the victims of the 13th November Attacks in front of the Bataclan in Paris, France, 08 December 2015. The Eagles of Death Metal band had been on stage for an hour on 13 November when terrorists barged in and opened fire, killing 89 people including the band's merchandise manager, Nick Alexander. The rock band whose concert became the scene of a terrorist massacre at the Bataclan music club in Paris announced that they wanted to return to perform there again. EPA/YOAN VALATEPA
Members of the US band The Eagles Death of Metal pay tribute in front of Bataclan in Paris, France on December 8th, 2015 PICTURES NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTSPhoto News
Jesse Hughes (R) and Julian Dorio, members of Eagles of Death Metal band, mourn in front of the Bataclan concert hall to pay tribute to the shooting victims in Paris, France, December 8, 2015. The band Eagles of Death Metal, known as EODM, was performing at the Bataclan when the deadliest of the Islamic State attacks took place in Paris on November 13. REUTERS/Charles Platiau TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYREUTERS
Members of the US band The Eagles Death of Metal pay tribute in front of Bataclan in Paris, France on December 8th, 2015 PICTURES NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTSPhoto News
The menbers of Eagles of death metal laid flowers before the Bataclan, Paris Jesse Hughes PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTPhoto News
The menbers of Eagles of death metal laid flowers before the Bataclan, Paris. Julian Dorio (Eagles of Death Metal);Jesse Hughes PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTPhoto News
Members of the group 'Eagles of Death Metal' gathered to pay their respects to the dead and to remember the victims after the terrorist attack on November 13th at the Bataclan while they were performing on stage, in Paris, France, on December 08, 2015. PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTPhoto News
TOPSHOT - Singer of the US rock group Eagles of Death metal Jesse Hughes (L) and guitarist Dave Catching pay tribute to the victims of the November 13 Paris terrorist attacks at a makeshift memorial in front of the Bataclan concert hall on December 8, 2015 in Paris. The Eagles of Death Metal band returned to the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, nearly a month after they survived a jihadist attack there in which 90 people died. / AFP / MIGUEL MEDINAAFP
epa05059837 Julian Dorio (R), drummer of the US band Eagles of Death Metal, and bassist Matt McJunkins (L) pay their respects to the victims of the 13th November Attacks in front of the Bataclan in Paris, France, 08 December 2015. The Eagles of Death Metal band had been on stage for an hour on 13 November when terrorists barged in and opened fire, killing 89 people including the band's merchandise manager, Nick Alexander. The rock band whose concert became the scene of a terrorist massacre at the Bataclan music club in Paris announced that they wanted to return to perform there again. EPA/YOAN VALATEPA
The menbers of Eagles of death metal laid flowers before the Bataclan, Paris Jesse Hughes PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTPhoto News
Members of the band Eagles of Death Metal, Jesse Hughes, right, and Julian Dorio pay their respects to 89 victims who died in a Nov. 13 major extremist attack, at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, France, Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015. Members of the California rock band Eagles of Death Metal are back at the ravaged Paris theater where they survived a massacre by Islamic extremist suicide bombers. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)AP
Members of the band Eagles of Death Metal, Jesse Hughes, left, and Dave Catching, pay their respects to 89 victims who died in a Nov. 13 attack, at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris, France, Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015. Members of the California rock band Eagles of Death Metal are back at the ravaged Paris theater where they survived a massacre by Islamic extremist suicide bombers. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)AP
The menbers of Eagles of death metal laid flowers before the Bataclan, Paris Jesse Hughes PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTPhoto News
Members of the group 'Eagles of Death Metal' gathered to pay their respects to the dead and to remember the victims after the terrorist attack on November 13th at the Bataclan while they were performing on stage, in Paris, France, on December 08, 2015. PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTPhoto News
Members of the US band The Eagles Death of Metal pay tribute in front of Bataclan in Paris, France on December 8th, 2015 PICTURES NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTSPhoto News
Members of the group 'Eagles of Death Metal' gathered to pay their respects to the dead and to remember the victims after the terrorist attack on November 13th at the Bataclan while they were performing on stage, in Paris, France, on December 08, 2015. PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACTPhoto News

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