Five Finger Death Punch Frontman Humiliated By Onstage Meltdown

(TeamRock Radio) Five Finger Death Punch frontman Ivan Moody has taken responsibility for the onstage meltdown that left fans believing the band were about to split. A private argument between him and Jeremy Spencer became public in Tennessee last month when the drummer walked off, followed by his colleagues, leaving Moody alone and trying to keep the show going himself.

He soon explained that the altercation had been a result of technical issues, but guitarist Jason Hook later blamed it on the singer's drinking - although Spencer was more forgiving.

Now Moody tells Metal Hammer's Joe Daly: "Jeremy and I were talking backstage and we were both being human. It just sucked that I had my microphone in my hand. The saying is that you should wash your clothes at home.

"Unfortunately there were 20,000 people watching while he and I had an argument. I really f***ed up and I was so embarrassed. The fans didn't have to see that." He adds: "I'll be honest, it hurt. I love the guy. He's one of my best friends and yeah, we f***ed up. It's humiliating." Read more here.

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