Eagles of Death Metal premiere Paris attack film

In 2015, on November 13th, one in all Islamic State’s most threatening assaults in Paris.
Gunmen stormed the corridor the place rock band Eagles of Demise Metallic had been performing – killing 89 folks.
Now, the band are selling a brand new HBO documentary about their return to the Bataclan.
SOUNDBITE: Singer, Jesse Hughes, saying (English):
“Effectively it was exhilarating and it was lovely in a horrible means however we went there to complete one thing and be with our associates, you would possibly name them followers of rock and roll. You already know, all of us helped one another. I do know it sounds corny however that is what occurred, you realize, and going again, it was blended. It is troublesome for it to be something apart from bitter-sweet.'”
Additionally on the purple carpet on the Los Angeles premiere was a survivor from the assault.
SOUNDBITE: Survivor Of Bataclan Assault, Arthur Denouveaux, saying (English):
“It is nonetheless form of blurry. A 12 months after..I haven’t got the right recollection of the evening. I simply keep in mind chaos and the form of worry that you just can not neglect.”
When requested in the event that they thought President Donald Trump’s controversial journey order would hold the nation secure, the rockers prevented speaking politics.
SOUNDBITE: Signer, Jesse Hughes, saying (English):
“My politics are rock and roll. I’ve actually been caught up with fascinated about this.”
SOUNDBITE: Band Co-founder, Josh Homme, saying (English):
“Frankly, you realize I wish to play music in a sure means for it to be like an ice cream truck or arcade, there’s not politics in there. Somewhat escape goes a good distance.”
‘Eagles of Demise Metallic: Nos Amis (Our Buddies)’ is directed by Colin Hanks, son of Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks.
The documentary screens on HBO on February 13th.