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Matt Snell Says There Is No Bad Blood With Five Finger Death Punch (A Top Story)


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On Friday Matt Snell Says There Is No Bad Blood With Five Finger Death Punch was a top story. Here is the recap: (TeamRock Radio) Former Five Finger Death Punch bassist Matt Snell says he still loves his ex-bandmates. Snell, who now plays bass in Invidia, left the band in 2010 - but they didn't announce his departure until 2011.

He tells Talk Toomey (via Blabbermouth): "The greatest thing about that band is that it just happened so quickly. I got to go around the world a bunch of times and play hundreds of shows and helped build and create what is today this huge and powerful band. There's nothing but good memories from me. I love those guys. I don't have any bad blood with any of those guys. I hope they're doing well."

Snell adds: "I think people want there to be a problem. I think people want there to be some sort of drama there, and there isn't a place for it. I hate to burst everyone's bubble, but there just isn't a problem, and there never was. They're my brothers and I love them." Read more - here.

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