Get more info on the Megadeth reissues HERE. Check out details on Mark Morton's new solo album HERE. Watch the new Five Finger Death Punch video HERE & read about Jeremy Spencer's departure HERE. Listen to Riley Hawk's punk band HERE.
Nothing More invited some WRIF listeners for an acoustic performance before the doors opened at DTE Energy Music Theatre on Saturday night. You can view those videos of their performance below along with photos from the show.
Five Finger Death Punch has had a very chaotic past year between making a new album and handling the legal issues with their former record label, Prospect Park, but the most important moment for the band has been lead singer Ivan Moody getting treatment for his issues with alcohol.
Five Finger Death Punch & Breaking Benjamin with Nothing More and Bad Wolves September 1 | DTE Energy Music Theatre Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin are coming together to rock Detroit on Labor Day weekend with a show at the DTE Energy Music Theater on September 1. Tickets go on sale on Friday,…
Five Finger Death Punch surveys its career to this point with today's (December 1) release of A Decade Of Destruction, a best-of compilation that features one new song, "Trouble," and a version of the Offspring's "Gone Away."
Hey guys Riff Fest was a TOTAL success this year. It was a busy day with lots going on and even a little bit of rain was momentarily thrown in the mix. But we don't let no stinkin' rain kill our fun! I was SO glad to see everybody I did-- loyal listeners, new faces,…
Five Finger Death Punch's next era with frontman Ivan Moody began on Saturday (August 19) at the Illinois State Fair in Springfield, with the frontman returning to the fold after he sat out a chunk of the group's European tour to deal with substance abuse issues.
After releasing a statement to provide some damage control following their chaotic show in the Netherlands, Ivan Moody will be exiting Five Finger Death Punch’s current European tour to tend to his known struggles with substance abuse, with Bad Wolves vocalist Tommy Vext subbing in.