Five Finger Death Punch played only eight songs during their Oct. 15 concert at the USANA Amphitheatre in West Valley City, UT. According to band members, a drunk driver hit a transformer along the road, knocking out power to the entire area.
Guitarist Zoltan Bathory said: “Salt Lake City started out as an incredible show with 20,000 fans … this was going off when a drunk driver hit a transformer down the road and knocked out the power for the whole area. One more reason to not drink and drive… you screwed up 20,000 people’s day”.
It was an eventful weekend for Five Finger Death Punch, as singer Ivan Moody announced during a concert in Colorado that he will retire from music after the next album with the band. Five Finger Death Punch has yet to formally comment on the situation, so it is unclear whether the band will take a long break or move forward with a new singer in the future.
In the meantime, we advise you not to miss Five Finger Death Punch’s upcoming concerts, as it may be your last chance.