LISBON, March 2 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. rock band Eagles of Death Metal have rescheduled a concert in Portuguese capital Lisbon, four months after the deadly Paris terror attacks which killed 130 people, including 89 people at the Bataclan venue.
"Portugal: We told you we'd be back as soon as we possibly could!" the message posted on the band's social network Facebook reads, adding that existing tickets were honored and that refunds could be made at points of purchase.
The U.S. rock band had cancelled the concert for March 5 in Lisbon due to Jesse Hughes suffering from a hand injury. The new date is set for Sept. 11, at the Coliseu dos Recreios venue.
The band also rescheduled their concerts in Barcelona on Sept. 9 and in Madrid on Sept. 1.
The European Tour, which the band has dubbed "The Nos Amis Tour" began on Feb. 13.
The Eagles of Death Metal kicked off their new track at Stockholm's Debaser Medis, where they performed their signature song since the Bataclan attack called "I love you all the time."