Julian Dorio, member of the American rock band that played on November 13, said in a tribute message to the victims of attacks in Paris posted on his Instagram account, wanting to complete the show interrupted by burst bloody terrorists.
The text is poignant. Specific. And terribly right. It was on his Instagram account Julian Dorio posted a long message on 23 November, where he pays tribute to the victims of the attacks in Paris.
Yes, the musician member of The Whigs Group was present this tragic evening of 13 November at the Bataclan. He was the drummer of Eagles Of Death Metal. He lived all the killings perpetrated by terrorists Daech.
Julian Dorio is not pity. On his Instagram page where you can discover the photo, placing candles at Notre Dame, he wrote to say his gratitude to the French who helped him. Its lines are full of emotion. It announces that it has to end one day concert interrupted by the horror
His letter begins:. “The November 13, 2015, with my friends, I had the privilege of playing in front of One of the most energetic crowds when our tour, about half of the concert, the unimaginable happened. Absolute evil and unnecessary perverted our world. I am more than grateful to have been able to leave the room, but I mourn those who could not, including our friend Nick Alexander. My thoughts are with their families. I’m home safe. And now I have a new family abroad. Arthur, who ran for his life with me and unselfishly put us in a taxi … “
And Julian Dorio added:” Thanks to Fabrizio, who lent me a fan his phone later in the night I call my wife to reassure her. Thank you to all those who, faced with this implacable evil, have pulled together and used the courage, compassion and love only weapons. You are all my heroes. Finally, I appreciated all the support I have received, more than you ever know. . I will never forget “
Still, the musician admits to not be unharmed in the killing of Bataclan” I am forever changed, but I cling to the love of all around me. I count the days until I can finally finish this concert. . Peace and love “