Update: On Sunday, Dec. 6, U2 wrote on its website that Eagles of Death Metal would not be appearing at its rescheduled Paris concert on Sunday night. The band didn't mention whether EODM would appear at Monday's show. Read more here.
When the members of Eagles of Death Metal gave their first interview since the Nov. 13 Paris attacks, they vowed to finish their tour and be the first band to play the Bataclan once it reopened. The venue is still on the mends, but it appears Eagles of Death Metal are already returning to the stage.
A source tells Billboard the band will join U2 for its final song at Paris' AccorHotels Arena -- U2 is set to play the venue on Sunday, Dec. 6 and Monday, Dec. 7 -- although it's unclear on which night Eagles of Death Metal will take the stage. And that's not all -- the Paris cameo will include co-founder Josh Homme, who often does not tour with the band and was not present at the Nov. 13 attack. And, adds an insider, Eagles of Death Metal will continue its halted European tour in Feb. 2016.