Fan survived Bataclan by hiding under my jacket, says singer

23 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Eagles of Death Metal speak about Paris terror attacks.

The California rock band that was playing in Paris on the night of the Nov. 13 attacks survived the massacre at their concert, but others died seeking shelter in a dressing room, the group’s lead singer said in an interview with international news channel Vice. Eagles of Death Metal band members have given their first interview since a terror attack during the group’s show at Le Bataclan on Nov. 13 in Paris left 89 people dead. (The attack was part of a coordinated series of strikes around the city that day.) Lead singer Jesse Hughes told Vice that several people hid in their dressing room during the seige, but that the attackers were able to get inside and kill almost everyone — except for “a kid” who Hughes said hid under the singer’s leather jacket. So many people put themselves in front of people.” In a statement on its Facebook page earlier this week, the band said those killed that night included Nick Alexander, its merchandising manager, and three record company “comrades” of the band: Thomas Ayad, Marie Mosser and Manu Perez. In it, three EODM musicians can be seen on stage in the middle of an instrumental performance as gunfire erupts, prompting the drummer to duck for cover while one guitarist flees the stage and another stands frozen.

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