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Eagles Of Death Metal Frontman Comes Out As Staunchly Pro-Gun A Day Before Returning To Paris

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We're a little shocked by his opinion on the matter.

It's been 94 days since 89 people were shot to death at a concert inside Paris' Bataclan theater, and now one man behind the show is speaking out about his controversial stance on gun control.

Eagles of Death Metal have already talked about their experience with the terrorist attack back in November, but frontman Jesse Hughes' latest solo interview reveals he is actually extremely pro-gun.

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The band is set to return to Paris to finish their concert series Tuesday night, so Jesse sat down with iTélé to promote the show on Monday where he was especially critical of France's gun control laws, saying:

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U2 Helps Eagles Of Death Metal Pull Off Their First Performance In Paris Following The Terror Attacks

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What an emotional night for the Eagles of Death Metal.

On Monday night, U2 performed alongside EODM at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, the band's FIRST performance since the devastating terror attacks that occurred last month. Needless to say, the collaboration was incredibly moving and inspiring.

Lead singer Bono introduced the band with a simple yet sweet tribute, saying:

"They were robbed of their stage three weeks ago and we would like to offer them ours tonight."

Related: EODM Raise Money For Victims Of The Paris Attacks!

So special. We're glad the rockers weren't alone for their first performance following the tragedy.

Check out EODM's post on the transformative experience (below):

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Paris Attacks: Eagles Of Death Metal Will Return To Paris To Finish The Show Interrupted When Gunmen Stormed Theater

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So good to hear!

The Eagles of Death Metal, the band that was performing when the terror attack occurred at the Bataclan theater in Paris last month, will return to the French capital to finish their performance!

Related: EODM Give Interview About Experience In The Attacks

The band is set to join U2 in a performance on

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Paris Attacks: Watch The Eagles Of Death Metal Give Their First Full-Length Interview Following Bataclan Shooting

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We can't even being to imagine what this must have been like for them.

As you're surely aware, Paris went through a series of terrorist attacks almost two weeks ago that left 130 people throughout the city dead.

89 of those victims were attending a concert at the Bataclan on Nov. 13 to see the band Eagles of Death Metal perform, and while the members have spoken out about the massacre and the loss of their merchandise manager Nick Alexander, their first full sit-down interview was released on Wednesday.

Related: EODM Drummer Wants Band To Finish Bataclan Concert

VICE spoke with co-founder/vocalist Jesse Hughes, bassist Matt McJunkins, guitarist Eden Galindo, drummer Julian Dorio, and sound engineer Shawn London about their terrifying experience, as well as co-founder Joshua Homme who was not at the venue the night of the shootings.

It's an incredibly moving 26-minute piece, and while many would probably see the killings as reason to never play again, EODM stated that they're actually doing the opposite — using the ordeal to provoke positive change in the world.

Ch-ch-check out Eagles of Death Metal's emotional in-depth interview (below)!!!

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Paris Attacks: Eagles Of Death Metal's Drummer Speaks Out — Wants Band To 'Finish That Concert'

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The Eagles of Death Metal will never forget the show they were playing at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris that was cut short when terrorists shot 89 people dead earlier this month.

Julian Dorio, the drummer for the rock band, says he is "counting down the days" until they can return to the Paris arena and finish the concert.

On Tuesday, the band member took to Instagram to pay tribute to the victims who lost their lives in the devastating attacks, including the band's merchandise manager, Nick Alexander.

Related: Man Who Survived Paris Attacks Also Survived 9/11

He wrote in the caption:

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Paris Attacks: Man Who Survived Terrorists At Bataclan Also Survived 9/11 World Trade Center Attacks — Read His Shocking Story

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An American man named Matthew was one of the survivors who escaped terrorists at at the Eagles of Death Metal show the night of the Paris attacks.

But that wasn't the first time Matthew evaded tragedy — in 2001, he also survived the 9/11 attacks at the World Trade Center in New York.

The 36-year-old was shot in the leg by attackers in the Bataclan, but pretended to be dead and dragged himself to safety as they reloaded their weapons.

Video: Eagles Of Death Metal Discuss Paris Attacks In First Interview

He told French newspaper Le Monde he was able to get himself outside the building:

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Paris Attacks: The Eagles Of Death Metal Discuss The Horrifying Bataclan Violence In Their First Interview

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This is so heartbreaking.

The Eagles of Death Metal — the band that was performing at the Bataclan on the night terrorists attacked the theater and other areas of Paris, killing well over 100 people — is speaking out for the very first time about their experience in the tragedy.

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The group is speaking with Shane Smith from VICE News, in an interview that will premiere next week. We've got a snippet of the interview early, though, and it is so sad.

Watch a clip of the band members Jesse Hughes and Joshua Homme speak about that terrible night in Paris (below):

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