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3.26.18

Eagles of Death Metal's Jesse Hughes Criticizes Gun Control Protesters

The singer angrily responded to calls for stricter gun laws and directly attacked Parkland survivor Emma Gonzáles.

8.11.17

Kesha Is Back With 'Rainbow' and She Played "Praying" on 'Fallon' Last Night

Watch that, then listen to her collaborate with Dolly Parton on her first album in five years.

6.14.17

Announcing Desert Daze 2017 with Spiritualized, Courtney Barnett, Kurt Vile, and More

Ladies and gentlemen, the lineup is floating in space.

6.21.16

Tiki, Crime, and Rock ‘n’ Roll at Paris’s Dirty Dick

We spoke to Scott Schuder about the finer points of tiki and what exactly brought him from the high desert of California to the sleazy streets of Paris to sling tropical cocktails.

6.8.16

Arts and Music Venues in North America Are Now Training Staff for ‘Active Shooter’ Situations

But not everyone agrees with the type of training, as Seattle staffers were told by police to fight back, not flee.

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2.17.16

Meeting the Fans Who Saw Eagles of Death Metal Return to Paris and Finish Their Show

The crowd who saw Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme play in Paris last night describe an emotional night of music, defiance, and love.

2.17.16

In Photos: Eagles of Death Metal Play Emotional Show in Paris

It was a big night for the band and for Parisians. EODM returned to the French capital to play a show that many survivors of the Bataclan attack hoped would help bring some closure.

2.17.16

The VICE Morning Bulletin

This morning, Apple will contest a court order to hand over the San Bernardino gunman's iPhone data, China 'deploys' missiles to the South China Sea, Eagles of Death Metal return to play Paris' Bataclan, and more.

2.17.16

Watch Eagles of Death Metal Return to Paris with Josh Homme

The band made an emotional return to Paris with co-founder Josh Homme for their first full performance in the city since November's terrorist attacks.

2.16.16

'Everybody Has to Have Guns,' Says Eagles of Death Metal Frontman as Band Returns to Paris

The rock band, who were performing at the Bataclan concert hall when gunmen stormed the concert and killed 90 people, will play in the French capital tonight in their first show since the attack.

2.16.16

A Bataclan Survivor On Attending Her First Show After the Attack

Emma Parkinson learned to love music again at a Tame Impala concert last month.

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