It looks like Eagles Of Death Metal are recording the score for “Super Troopers 2.” Jay Chandrasekhar, who is writing, directing, and starring in the film, posted the following:
Eagles Of Death Metal have announced that they will be releasing a new live film/CD called “I Love You All the Time – Live At The Olympia in Paris” on August 4. This performance took place on February 16, 2016, and it was the band’s first full show back in Paris, France following the terrorist attacks that left 89 people dead during their concert at the Bataclan on November 13, 2015. It will be available in the following formats: DVD, 2 CD set, and digital video/audio.
01. “Intro: Il Est Cinq Heures, Paris S’Éveille”
02. “I Only Want You”
03. “Don’t Speak (I Came To Make A Bang!)”
04. “So Easy”
06. “Whorehoppin’ (Shit, Goddamn)”
07. “I Love You All The Time”
08. “Cherry Cola”
09. “The Reverend”
10. “Got A Woman”
11. “I Got A Feelin’ (Just Nineteen)”
12. “Stuck In The Metal”
13. “Miss Alissa”
14. “I Like To Move In The Night”
15. “Secret Plans”
16. “Wannabe In L.A.”
17. “Bag O’ Miracles”
18. “Save A Prayer” (Duran Duran cover)
19. “I Want You So Hard (Boy’s Bad News)”
20. “Speaking In Tongues”
It was previously revealed that a new documentary about the Eagles Of Death Metal, and the November 13, 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris, France, which resulted in the deaths of over 80 people during the band’s show at Le Bataclan alone, was being put together by Colin Hanks. Now a preview for the film, which is called “Eagles Of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends),” is available. You can see that below. The documentary will air on HBO on February 13.
Mastodon, Opeth, Gojira, Eagles Of Death Metal, The Devin Townsend Project, and Russian Circles have announced one U.S. date together. They will be performing at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA on May 6.
What was originally a co-headliner between two unparalleled metal bands, Opeth & Gojira, has now grown to one of 2017’s biggest shows on the east coast. Electric Factory announces their first outdoor show of the 2017 season with Mastodon, Opeth, Gojira and Eagles of Death Metal, and the bill is rounded out by Devin Townsend Project and Russian Circles. This will be the only show of 2017 to feature this lineup, and the only time to see these six bands together on tour. In its 20+ year history, Electric Factory has been the Philly home to many of these bands, and they are thrilled to have them return. This show storms the Electric Factory Outdoor Stage on Saturday, May 6th and tickets are now on sale. All previously purchased tickets to the Opeth & Gojira show will be honored. For the full show details visit ElectricFactory.info
A new documentary about the Eagles Of Death Metal, and the November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris, France, which resulted in the deaths of over 80 people during the band’s show at Le Bataclan alone, is being put together by Colin Hanks. The documentary will be called “Eagles Of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends),” and it is expected to air on HBO in February (it may also play in select theaters). Deadline says that Live Nation Productions funded the film and that it will be divided into three parts, with the first focusing on the band, the second focusing on the tragic night, and the third focusing on the band’s return to Europe.
Eagles Of Death Metal, who performed at the Bataclan in Paris, France during the terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of 89 people, have now been dropped from Rock en Seine and the Cabaret Vert festivals, due to Jesse Hughes’ comments about venue security being part of the attacks. He previously apologized for his statements, but then said similar things to Taki Magazine.
The festivals issued the following statement:
“Being in total disagreement with Jesse Hugues’ recent allegations given in an [interview] with an American media, both Cabaret Vert & Rock en Seine festivals have decided to cancel the band’s performance. We thank you for your understanding.”
According to AUX.tv, a concertgoer got his ear bitten off by another man, after a fight broke out at Eagles Of Death Metal‘s Toronto, ON show at The Opera on May 7.
Athena Ellinas-Towers, general manager for The Opera House, said the following:
“I didn’t witness anything, but there was a confrontation between two individuals. It was brought to my attention by the medical attention. The one gentleman that instigated the whole thing was arrested and charged. I’m not sure of the charges; I just saw him being arrested. The police haven’t followed up with me yet. We called them because this is a serious offence.”
She added the following about the ear:
“A customer picked it up, because I didn’t know where it was. She put it on ice and we gave it to the ambulance when they arrived. I asked the police to follow up with me but they never did. This is a first, let’s say. I didn’t actually believe it when someone came up to me and told me what happened. It’s just bizarre.”