EAGLES OF DEATH METAL: 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Performance Available

EAGLES OF DEATH METAL performed its new single, "Wannabe in L.A.", last night (Monday, November 3) on ABC-TV's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!". Watch footage of the performance below.

"Wannabe in L.A." comes off the group's third album, "Heart On", which was released on October 28 through Downtown Music. The CD includes guest appearances from QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE mainman Josh Homme's wife and DISTILLERS frontwoman Brody Dalle, and Kat Von D, the tattoo artist on the "L.A. Ink" television series and Nikki Sixx's girlfriend.

EAGLES OF DEATH METAL's "Peace, Love, Death Metal" debut came out in 2004 and was followed by 2006's "Death By Sexy". Homme, who records with EAGLES, is not part of the band's touring lineup, which includes frontman Jesse Hughes alongside guitarist Dave Catching, bassist/singer Brian O'Connor and drummer Joey Castillo.

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