U2, Simple Plan, Foo Fighters, In Flames. And now Motörhead. Many rock band set their concerts after the terrorist attacks in Paris.
It is already known that both U2, Canadian Simple Plan, as well as göteborgska In Flames set their gigs in Paris this weekend.
Hard rock legends Motörhead appeared to want to play after all. First came the announcement on Saturday at the Arena Zentihs site that the concert would go ahead. But later in the evening came a new message on the venue’s Facebook page, where you write that the authorities have decided that the stadium will be closed this weekend.
The concert moved forward in time, probably to 21 January.
Mikkey Dee, drummer Motörhead, would have gone to the concert with Eagles of Death Metal at Le Bataclan in Paris, but canceled at the last moment.
– I’m not scared, feeling sick over what happened. Not in shock but it’s unbelievable what happened, so pointless, he says to Swedish Radio.
rock band Foo Fighters sets the rest of his ongoing European tour following the attacks in Paris.
“It is with deep sadness and heartfelt concern for all in Paris that we have been forced to cancel the rest of our tour. Because of senseless violence, the closure of borders and the international sorrow we feel that we can not go right now. There is no other way to say it. This is crazy, and it sucks. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all who were injured or lost a loved one, “writes the band on their Facebook page.
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