The heavy metal Nevada band will tour this June across the major European festivals. See all dates. Waiting for a new album still missing in action…
Five Finger Death Punch, the famous heavy tattooed band from Las Vegas, will embark this early June in a extended European tour including the most respected music festivals (Rock am Ring, Download Festival, Graspop, Hellfest etc.) and open areas huge shows (see all dates below).
The band lead by front-man Ivan Moody and the drummer Jeremy Spencer (definitely the most tattooed guy in 5FDP) will play a strong live tracklist focused on its six albums, not the mention the last one, ‘Got Your Six’, released in 2015.
According to guitarist Jason Hook, the brand new studio album by Five Finger Death Punch (still untitled) is “officially finished and recorded” but no release date has been diffused to media so far. The revelation spread around last January and nothing else has come to light till today.
2016 was a difficult year for the Nevada band, who endured a very public spat with their label Prospect Park. The group later announced that they had signed with Rise Records and that their deal would start as soon as they completed their obligation for one more album to the same Prospect Park. This forthcoming disc would appear to be the one that completes their tenure with the label. We’ll wait and see.
The Five Finger Death Punch 2017 European Summer Tour:
02.06.2017 – Rock am Ring 2017 (Mendig ) – Germany
03.06.2017 – Pinkpop Festival (Limburg) – Netherlands
04.06.2017 – Rock im Park 2017 (Nuremberg) – Germany
06.06.2017 – Market Sound (Milan) – Italy
08.06.2017 – Greenfield Festival 2017 (Interlaken) – Switzerland
09.06.2017 – Download Festival UK 2017 (Donington Park) – England
10.06.2017 – Download Festival Paris 2017 (Paris, Ile-de-France) – France
12.06.2017 – Poppodium 013 (Tilburg) – Netherlands
14.06.2017 – Nova Rock Festival 2017 (Nickelsdorf) – Austria
16.06.2017 – Matapaloz Festival 2017 (Hockenheim) – Germany
17.06.2017 – Graspop Festival 2017 (Dessel) – Belgium
18.06.2017 – Hellfest 2017 (Clisson) – France
22.06.2017 – Download Festival Madrid 2017 (Madrid) – Spain
23.06.2017 – Copenhell Festival 2017 (Copenaghen) – Denmark
24.06.2017 – Tons Of Rock Festival 2017 (Halden) – Norway