Five Finger Death Punch Announce Australian Headline Shows Around Black Sabbath Tour

UPDATE 31/03/16: Five Finger Death Punch have cancelled their Australian tour, including Black Sabbath support, after frontman Ivan Moody was hospitalised.

Heading our way to support Black Sabbath in April, US heavy metal outfit Five Finger Death Punch have just announced two all-ages Australian headline shows for during Sabbath’s tour.

Playing in Sydney and Melbourne only, Five Finger Death Punch have announced their Aussie headline sets after crashing into the ARIA Charts at #3 with Got Your Six, funnily enough their sixth studio album. Their highest Australian chart position ever, the album follows the band’s two global smash hits, 2013’s The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volumes 1 and 2 which debuted at #13 and #29 respectively.

Considering Five Finger Death Punch’s 2011 album American Capitalist only debuted at #50, it seems Aussie metal fans have been growing to love the group, while the band couldn’t bear not to treat them to their trademark brutal live show.

Catch full tour and ticketing details here below, including the band’s Aussie dates with Black Sabbath.

Watch: Five Finger Death Punch – Wash It All Away (Explicit)

Five Finger Death Punch 2016 Australian Headline Shows

Telstra Thanks pre-sale available from 2pm Monday, 22nd February until 2pm Wednesday, 24th February

Tickets on sale to general public 9am Friday, 26th February

Wednesday, 20th April

Festival Hall, Melbourne

Tickets: Live Nation

Friday, 22nd April

Big Top at Luna Park, Sydney

Tickets: Live Nation

Tickets: Live Nation

Also Touring Australia with Black Sabbath

Friday, 15th April

Perth Arena, Perth

Tickets: Black Sabbath

Sunday, 17th April

Entertainment Centre, Adelaide

Tickets: Black Sabbath

Tuesday, 19th April

Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Tickets: Black Sabbath

Saturday, 23rd April

Allphones Arena, Sydney

Tickets: Black Sabbath

Monday, 25th April

Entertainment Centre, Brisbane

Tickets: Black Sabbath

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