Five Finger Death Punch Forced To Pull Out Of All That Remains Tour

posted January 18, 2008

Five Finger Death Punch Forced To Pull Out Of All That Remains Tour

Due to concerns regarding vocalist Ivan Moody’s throat, Five Finger Death Punch has canceled all live performances through March 7th. Moody has developed calluses on his vocal chords that, if left untreated, could lead to permanent damage. As a preventative measure, he has been advised by doctors to take 2 months of vocal rest and work on rehabilitating his vocal chords. All are confident that Moody will make a full recovery and be back in top form in plenty of time for Five Finger Death Punch’s slot on the Rockstar Mayhem tour with Slipknot and Disturbed this Summer.

The band offers sincere regrets to fans in the markets that they will not be playing, and promise to make all efforts to get to those cities during one of their many upcoming outings. Five Finger Death Punch will miss their entire planned outing with Chimaira and All That Remains in February and March and the following upcoming headline dates in January…

MON 21 Sioux Falls, SD Nutty’s North
TUE 22 Des Moines, IA The House of Bricks
WED 23 Sauget, IL Pop’s
SAT 26 Kansas City, MO The Record Bar
MON 28 Buffalo, NY Mohawk Place
TUE 29 Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock

Fans who have already purchased tickets to these FFDP headlining dates can contact their local box office in the next coming weeks about rescheduled dates and/or refunds. The whole band thanks fans for their continued support of their album – The Way Of The Fist (Firm Music) – and their single “The Bleeding.” The single is climbing the Active Rock charts and the album has defied convention with small, if any, drops in weekly sales since the album’s debut.