Five Finger Death Punch’s Ivan Moody Joins Bad Wolves For ‘Zombie’
Fans were treated to a special moment during the St. Louis date of Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin's co-headlining tour when opening act Bad Wolves brought out Five Finger frontman Ivan Moody for an epic performance of "Zombie." By now you've likely heard the band's take on the Cranberries' hit track, which was only heightened by Moody's powerful vocals. You can check out a video snippet of the moment below.
Bad Wolves released their debut full-length album, Disobey, earlier this year on Eleven Seven. Their cover of "Zombie" was scheduled to be recorded with O'Riordan before her death. The band released it as a tribute and donated $250,000 in proceeds from it to the late musician's children.
Currently Bad Wolves have their song "Hear Me Now," which features Diamante, at No. 15 on Active Rock Radio. It has been climbing steadily over the last few weeks. The band will finish this run with Five Finger, Breaking Benjamin and Nothing More and then rejoin the former two groups for the fall leg of their co-headliner. Tickets are on sale now.
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