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Five Finger Death Punch have canceled several concerts in Europe | FESTIVALPHOTO

Five Finger Death Punch have canceled several concerts in Europe



American band Five Finger Death Punch recently announced the cancellation of several concerts in Europe, including three shows where they were supposed to open for Metallica.

The band's frontman Ivan Moody was hospitalized this week due to complications from hernia surgery. Doctors have advised him to take a break from concerts until June 12, at least.

Although the decision was a difficult one, the band members promise fans that they will return to the stage soon, but at the moment, Ivan Moody's health is a priority for them.

Five Finger Death Punch's current tour is in support of their latest album, AfterLife, released in August 2022. At the time of its release, AfterLife was #1 on the iTunes Top 100 Albums in the Rock & Metal category.

We hope the artist returns to the limelight as soon as possible and we also wish him a speedy recovery.

Five Finger Death Punch performed for the first time in Romania on June 14 at Romexpo, outdoors where we will celebrate 19 years of METALHEAD in Romania.

The first 500 tickets in each category go on sale on Friday March 3rd at 11:00 a.m. and have earlybird prices, but METALHEAD fans will receive a code on the METALHEAD Instagram page on March 1st at 1:00 p.m. that gives them access to the first 200 tickets, before everyone else.

For 19 years in Romania, METALHEAD has organized thousands of concerts with hundreds of thousands of spectators with artists such as Iron Maiden, Slipknot, Slayer, Gojira, Sabaton, Deftones, Whitesnake, Garbage, Nightwish, alt-J, Disturbed, Godsmack, Powerwolf, Papa Roach, Three Days Grace, Apocalyptica, Billy Corgan, Skillet, Judas Priest, Sepultura, Stone Sour, Hollywood Undead, Accept, Nazareth and many more.

In 2023 METALHEAD awaits you with a new series of rock and metal events with Pantera, Parkway Drive, Amon Amarth, Steve Vai, Deep Purple, Powerwolf, Hollywood Vampires, THE 1975 and many more names to be announced soon. METALHEAD's story began in 2004 in the Underworld Club in Bucharest with a rock library and a website (still active, then with concerts with local and international bands and went through venues such as Viking, Utopia, Live Metal Club, Silver Church , Old School, /FORM Space, Quantic Club, Arenele Române, Sala Palatului or Romexpo, a long and beautiful road dotted with thousands of successful concerts. Without a doubt, the history of rock and metal, both mainstream and underground in Romania for the last almost 20 years, is intertwined with that of METALHEAD.


Skribent: Vlad Ionut Piriu
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