Unbowed after the terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of concertgoers at their Nov. 13 show in Paris, Eagles of Death Metal will resume their European tour with rescheduled dates in early 2016.

Called the Nos Amis Tour, the upcoming dates start Feb. 13 in Stockholm, and will see the band returning to Paris — but not to the Bataclan, the venue where the attacks took place, because as the press release announcing the new shows points out, it "will not be open again in time" for the tour.

"The people of Paris have always been incredible to us, and our feeling of love toward this beautiful city and its people has been reinforced a million times over this past month," said frontman Jesse Hughes. "Hearing the stories of the survivors, the injured and those who have lost loved ones has been overwhelming. Not returning to finish our set was never an option. We look forward to coming back in February and continuing our mission to bring rock ‘n’ roll to the world."

The currently scheduled shows run through late August, when Eagles of Death Metal are confirmed to appear at the Reading and Leeds festivals. Take a look at the complete list of dates below, and visit the band's official site for ticketing information.

Eagles of Death Metal 2016 Tour Dates
2/13 — Stockholm, Sweden - Debaser Medis
2/14 — Oslo, Norway - Sentrum Scene
2/16 — Paris, France - Olympia
2/18 — Munich, Germany - Tonhalle
2/19 — Zagreb, Croatia - Tvornica Kulture
2/20 — Budapest, Hungary - Akvarium
2/22 — Vienna, Austria - Arena
2/23 — Zurich, Switzerland - Komplex
2/24 — Lille, France - Le Splendid
2/25 — Brussels, Belgium - Forest Club
2/27 — Treviso, Italy - New Age
2/28 — Turin, Italy - 10100
2/29 — Rome, Italy - Orion
3/02 — Nimes, France - La Paloma
3/03 — Barcelona, Spain - Apolo
3/04 — Madrid, Spain - Joy Eslava
3/05 — Lisbon, Portugal - Coliseum
8/09 — Katowice, Poland - Mega Club
8/11 — Copenhagen, Denmark - Amager Bio
8/15 — Bremen, Germany - Aladin
8/16 — Cologne, Germany - Live Music Hall
8/26-28 — Reading, England - Reading Festival
8/26-28 — Leeds, England - Leeds Festival

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