Five Finger Death Punch Plan ‘Big Co-Headlining Tour’ for Fall
Five Finger Death Punch are currently digging deeper into their Got Your Six album with the single "My Nemesis," but while the song is going strong, the band is enjoying a brief breather. But during a recent interview with RockStarMusic, guitarist Jason Hook revealed that the band is ready to pick things up again, with a full schedule of touring ahead of them.
"We're at the end of a bit of a break right now, and in mid-April we are heading to Australia to tour with Black Sabbath. Lots of festivals, headlining rock festivals throughout the summer," explained the guitarist. "There will be a big co-headlining tour for the fall, which has not been announced yet, so I won't say with who, but it will be the biggest one we've ever done. So I'm excited!!"
After Five Finger Death Punch's Australian tour in April, the band will return stateside, playing a number of festivals and sharing stages with Shinedown this spring. There are also scattered festival dates this summer in both the U.S. and Europe. See their full touring itinerary here.
Fans can also look for Hook in the new documentary film, Hired Gun, which tells the story of a number of talented musicians who've held down multiple gigs for a variety of performers. The film recently enjoyed its world premiere at the South By Southwest film festival earlier this month. Head here to watch a trailer and for further information on the documentary.
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