Five Finger Death Punch Announce July Dates With In This Moment

Five Finger Death Punch have announced some July shows with In This Moment around various festival dates. Here’s their updated schedule:

07/11 London, ON – Rocks The Park
07/14 Mansfield, OH – Inkcarceration Festival
07/13 Mount Pleasant, MI – Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort (feat. In This Moment)
07/16 Camdenton, MO – Ozarks Amphitheater (feat. In This Moment)
07/18 Oshkosh, WI Rock USA
07/19 Cadott, WI – Rock Fest
07/20 Sioux City, IA – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
07/23 Rochester, NY – Main Street Armory (feat. In This Moment)
07/24 Binghamton, NY – Broome County Arena (feat. In This Moment)
07/26 Gilford, NH – Bank Of New Hampshire Pavilion (feat. In This Moment)
07/27 Bangor, ME – IMPACT Music Festival


Five Finger Death Punch Sign With Artist Group International

According to Billboard, Five Finger Death Punch have signed with Artist Group International. The band will now be represented by Peter Pappalardo, who had the following to say: “They are a bonafide arena headliner, and there aren’t a ton of those in the rock world right now.” The group were previously working with WME.

Five Finger Death Punch Were Mentioned On “Jeopardy!”

Five Finger Death Punch were mentioned in one of the questions on the January 23 episode of “Jeopardy!.” The question said the following: “Five Finger Death Punch got its name from a deadly move Uma Thurman used in this Tarantino movie series.”For those unaware, the answer is “Kill Bill.”

Five Finger Death Punch Go Behind The Scenes Of Their “Blue On Black” Video

Five Finger Death Punch have shared a behind the scenes look at their recently released video for their cover of Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue On Black.“ That track appears on the band’s latest album “And Justice For None.“

Jeremy Spencer Exits Five Finger Death Punch

Drummer Jeremy Spencer has announced his departure from Five Finger Death Punch. This news comes after the band recently toured with Scale The Summit’s Charlie Engen while Spencer underwent back surgery.

Spencer said the following:

“It’s with mixed emotion that I share with you the following news: I regret that I’ve decided to step down as the drummer of Five Finger Death Punch. This decision has been weighing on me for months. Now the time has finally come. I’ve been playing drums since I was six years old. After years of the physicality leading to surgeries, I feel it’s best to step down.

“As with professional athletes, when the body and mental state don’t achieve the standard required to meet the rigorous demands necessary to perform at a high level, the choice is clear. I feel fortunate that my body has provided me with several decades of doing what I love: playing double-bass and shredding the drums. However, the rigorous physical wear and tear has worn down my body to the point where I feel I can no longer deliver a performance you great fans deserve and one that brings me satisfaction and joy. In addition, I feel the band deserves to get someone with fresh fire and energy — capable of delivering Death Punch music the way fans deserve. I’m confident they will! Like you, I will be cheering on the band to continue making great music as they tour the world and bring exciting shows to all our cherished fans.

“Personally, I have a number of future projects I’m excited about — all of which require that I be physically able to move fluidly and without pain. I hope you’ll continue to be part of the next chapter of my life.

“I sincerely wish nothing but the very best for my brothers in Death Punch family. And I encourage our fans to continue supporting whoever replaces me.

“We decided early on to do everything possible to make you fans feel special. As a result, we’ve always had the most supportive and dedicated Knuckleheads. I know I speak for everyone when I saw we’re grateful beyond words. Personally, you have made these years the highlight of my life. Thank you for helping make this dream a reality. Please know I am eternally grateful. Thank you for everything.”

Five Finger Death Punch Premiere New Video For Their Cover Of Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue On Black”

Five Finger Death Punch have premiered a new video for their cover of Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue On Black.“ This track appears on the band’s latest album “And Justice For None.“

Five Finger Death Punch & Breaking Benjamin Donate $60,000 From Fall Tour To Charity

Following the fall leg of their co-headlining tour, Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin donated a portion of their ticket sales to two charities. Five Finger Death Punch chose to donate $30,000 to VETPAW (Veterans Empowered to Protect African Wildlife), while Breaking Benjamin chose to donate $30,000 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. This news comes after the bands previously donated $190,000 from their summer tour to charity.