Five Finger Death Punch’s Zoltan Bathory Says Tilburg, NET Show Was An “Avalanche Of Clusterfucks”, Fans Start Petition To Get The Band’s New Album Released

Five Finger Death Punch’s Zoltan Bathory has commented further about the band’s “train wreck” of a show in Tilburg, NET. You can see what he had to say in the below Instagram post. In other news, fans have started a petition to get Prospect Park to release Five Finger Death Punch’s new album, which was completed late last year.

Thank you 🇦🇹 Austria 🤘 We had Great show 🤘🤘🤘🤘As you probably know by now – the show 2 days ago in Tilburg was an avalanche of clusterfucks – a crew member rolled the intro without verifying if we were all present – we were half way into the first song when we realized that – Ivan wasn't even in the building yet – to save the day our friend @tommyvext of @badwolvesofficial ran out on stage and sung until Ivan arrived… but you can imagine Ivan's shock – the band was on stage without him – so things escalated form there – as his anger got the better of him and in the chaos – more and more crazy shit happened – mistakes such us wrong intros resulted in skipping songs – which resulted in getting handed the wrong instruments for the wrong songs…. the aftermath was even crazier – so the events that happened in the following day left us no choice but to send Ivan back to rehab so he can take care of himself and come back stronger. The show must go on – we owe this to the fans – so Tommy will be singing with us for the rest of the tour. We had a great first show – thank you for the continuous love and support 🤘 (fans in Tilburg – we will be back – we will make up for the train wreck you unfortunately had to witness) ..:: Five Finger … 🎤

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[via The PRP]


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