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Five Finger Death Punch's Ivan Moody Has Another Stage Meltdown

11/29/2016
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(Metal Hammer) Ivan Moody suffered another onstage meltdown this past weekend while performing with Five Finger Death Punch, appearing to suggest that his mother is dying - while his sister says she's not.

The concert in Worcester, Massachusetts, was cut short after a set in which bassist Chris Kael took over Moody's lead vocals on occasion. It followed a dramatic episode in 2015 when the frontman's drunken antics led his colleagues to abandon him on stage. He later attended rehab and the band adjusted their touring behaviour to help him control his issues.

Moody apologised to the crowd for his under-par performance on Friday night, saying his "mother" was "passing along today." After helping the frontman off stage, Kael told the audience: "As you can see, tonight is a very emotional night. We tried to put on a show for you guys, but sometimes things are heavier than even we can imagine.

"We need to get back there and be with our frontman. We've to get back there with our brother. Take care of the family." Read more here.

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Copyright Metal Hammer - Excerpted here with permission.

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