Eagles of Death Metal appeared in a rare performance in Paris Tuesday night, three months after ISIS militants stormed the Bataclan concert hall where they were playing and killed 89 people. The band appeared at the Olympia theatre and survivors of the November attack were given free invitations to the show. A team of 30 psychologists were also on hand in case anyone was overwhelmed by the emotional performance. The band reportedly spent Monday night with survivors. “It was beautiful,” said Josh Homme, one of the band members who was not at the November attack. The band first returned to Paris to play with U2 in December.