METALLICA, AC/DC, SLIPKNOT, MÖTLEY CRÜE, GUNS N' ROSES Members React To Paris Terrorist Attacks

METALLICA, AC/DC, SLIPKNOT, MÖTLEY CRÜE, GUNS N' ROSES Members React To Paris Terrorist Attacks

Members of METALLICA, AC/DC, KISS, SLIPKNOT, MÖTLEY CRÜE, GUNS N' ROSES, SHINEDOWN and PAPA ROACH are among the musicians who have reacted with shock and pledges of solidarity for France following the killing of scores of people in attacks in Paris on Friday night. Some of their views can be seen below.

The worst of tonight's carnage occurred at the EAGLES OF DEATH METAL concert at the Bataclan hall, where at least 80 were killed. More than 1,000 people were inside the hall at the time of the rampage. A journalist who was at the concert there escaped and told CNN: "I found myself inside the concert hall when several armed individuals burst in, in the middle of the concert. Two or three men, without masks, came in with Kalashnikov-type automatic weapons and began shooting blindly at the crowd ... it lasted 10, 15 minutes. It was extremely violent and there was a wave of panic. Everyone was running in all directions towards the stage. It was a stampede and even I was trampled on. I saw a lot of people hit by bullets. The gunmen had loads of time to reload at least three times. They weren't masked; they knew what they were doing; they were very young."

Michael Dorio, brother of EAGLES OF DEATH METAL drummer Julian Dorio, said he spoke to Julian about 20-30 minutes after the attack. "He said he had been performing and heard the gunshots. They stopped playing and hit the deck and went backstage and exited," Michael Dorio told CNN.

Michael Dorio told WSB-TV Channel 2 that his brother was okay and at a police station in Paris.

"I don't know if it was seated or standing, but Julian, the lead singer and some of the crew, there was a door back of the stage that led to a street and they flew out the back door," he said.

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