FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Singer To Take Part In Online Chat

Vocalist Ivan Moody of Las Vegas, Nevada-based metallers FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH will take part in an online chat this Tuesday, October 4 at 1 p.m. PST / 4 p.m. EST on ESPN.com‘s Sportsnation. Ivan will talk about his band’s brand new album, “American Capitalist”, as well as his passion for sports. Fans can start submitting questions here.

FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH will perform on the Wednesday, October 26 episode of ABC-TV‘s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” (which will actually air the morning of Thursday, October 27). Fans are encouraged to attend the outdoor taping, which will take place on October 12 at the El Capitan Theater, located one block south of Hollywood Boulevard between Highland and Orange streets, in Hollywood, California. The band is scheduled to perform two songs.

For more information, go to this location.

FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH‘s third album, “American Capitalist”, will be released on October 11 and will follow up the band’s gold-selling second effort, 2009’s “War Is The Answer”. The CD was recorded at The Hideout in Las Vegas, Nevada with producer Kevin Churko, who helmed Ozzy Osbourne‘s 2010 effort “Scream”.

In addition to first single “Under And Over It”, the album also contains such classic FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH moments as “The Pride”, “Coming Down” and “Generation Dead”.

“American Capitalist” will be released as a standard CD, and a limited-edition deluxe CD format complete with special packaging plus second disc containing a number of exclusive remixes, including one for “Under And Over It”. Meanwhile, the iTunes version carries the bonus track “The Tragic Truth”.

Following the October release of “American Capitalist”, the band — completed by Ivan Moody (vocals), Jason Hook (guitar), Jeremy Spencer (drums), and new-boy bassist Chris Kael — head out on a major U.S. tour under the “Share The Welt” banner, headlining a package that also includes ALL THAT REMAINS, HATEBREED and REV THEORY. This tour starts in mid-October and runs through into November, with more dates likely to be added.

 

 

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