Eagles of Death Metal Returning To The Road

02/04/2016
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(Gibson) Eagles of Death Metal are determined to forge ahead following the tragic terrorist attack during the band's show at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris last November. The band has booked a co-headlining tour through Canada with Death from Above 1979. Turbowolf will open on the shows.

The tour will set off April 26 in Vancouver and run through a May 8 date in Quebec City. "Canada, get ready for real rock-and-roll and wear your tuxedos," Sebastien Grainger of Death from Above 1979 wrote in a statement.

After the co-headlining run, Eagles of Death Metal will return to the U.S. for a batch of headlining shows. Before the tour with Death from Above 1979, Eagles of Death Metal will return to Europe for their first tour there since the terrorist attacks on Nov. 13. The European tour will include a stop in Paris on Feb. 16. See the upcoming coheadlining dates here.

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