EAGLES OF DEATH METAL performed their song "Silverlake (K.S.O.F.M.)" on last night's (Thursday, April 14) episode of Conan O'Brien's nighttime talk show, "Conan". You can now watch the performance below.
"Silverlake (K.S.O.F.M.)" is taken from EAGLES OF DEATH METAL's most recent album, "Zipper Down", which was released in October and entered at No. 59 on The Billboard 200 album chart.
EAGLES OF DEATH METAL will tour North America from April to July before going back to Europe for a series of dates in August and September.
The band has been in the news extensively since the November terrorist attack that killed 89 concertgoers at EAGLES OF DEATH METAL's show in Paris. They returned to the city in February for another show and will perform there again on August 26 at Rock En Seine.
EAGLES OF DEATH METAL was founded in 1998 by QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE mainman Josh Homme and his longtime friend Jesse Hughes. Homme appears on all the band's albums but only plays live with them occasionally.
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