The lead singer of rock band Eagles of Death Metal has described how fans were slaughtered in the group's dressing room as they tried to hide from Islamist gunmen during the Paris terror attacks. Jesse Hughes, the frontman for the California-based alternative rock group, said just one person in the dressing room survived -- a fan who hid under the singer's leather jacket. While reporting on last week's horrific terror attacks in Paris, we realized with shock that the band playing at the Bataclan, the venue where 89 rock fans had their lives taken, was Eagles of Death Metal. You never expect the people you know to be caught up in such things, but Eagles are a band we've interviewed many times before and Jesse Hughes, the lead singer, hosted a video series on VICE's music channel, Noisey. While Jesse and the band thankfully survived, some of the people closest to them did not. They include the band's merchandise manager, Nick Alexander, as well as three colleagues from their record label, Thomas Ayad, Marie Mosser, and Manu Perez. This week VICE founder Shane Smith sat down with Jesse and bandmate Joshua Homme to talk about those they lost, what happened that night, and to try to figure out what it is that they—and we—can do next. The interview will premiere next week on VICE.com. Our love goes out to all those affected by the recent terrorism and violence in Paris, Beirut, Nigeria, Mali, Syria, Iraq, and far too many other places to mention.