A HEAVY rock band playing in Paris' Bataclan stadium on the night of the terrorist attacks which rocked the French capital will perform at Madrid's D-Code festival.
The Eagles of Death Metal – who recently returned to the Bataclan to finish the concert interrupted by Jihad suicide bombers – had been visiting Paris as part of their European tour, which included dates in Barcelona and Madrid.
But they had to postpone some of the tour after singer Jesse Hughes was diagnosed with tendonitis.
They have reprogrammed the concert due to be held in Madrid, and will now perform at the D-Code festival on September 10, which takes place every year at the Complutense University campus.
Tickets already bought for their previous shows in Barcelona and Madrid will be valid for their gig at the festival, the California-based rockers confirm.
Those who did not buy tickets to see the Eagles of Death Metal in concert will have to wait a while to get their hands on a place at the festival, since these are not yet on sale until the remaining artists confirm their presence.
The Eagles of Death Metal is a parallel band led by Josh Homme, vocalist for the heavy rock band Queens of the Stone Age, along with his friend and guitarist Jesse Hughes.
Their concert in Madrid will include some of their greatest hits, and tracks from their new album, Zipper Down.
The band members survived the Paris attacks unscathed physically, although they still live with the emotional distress of witnessing DAESH terrorists shooting terrified fans and two suicide bombers blowing themselves up inside the stadium.