Five Finger Death Punch Drummer Jeremy Spencer Penning Autobiography
Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer has embraced the rock and roll lifestyle and all that comes with it over the years, and now that he's sober he's ready to tell his tales in the new autobiography, 'Deathpunched: Cheers to My Sobriety.'
The book, which is expected next year, features Spencer on the cover with adult film legend Ron Jeremy. The drummer told Los Angeles' 'Heidi & Frank Show,' "The story behind that is … obviously being in a rock band, you dabble in the party lifestyle from time to time. So after years of that catching up to me, I got sober. But we always used to have this saying about doing cocaine, like you would get so cranked on sexually in your brain when you do it -- like everything is exciting -- but then you get numbed out beneath the belt line area. So we always said, 'Man, you feel like Ron Jeremy from the neck up and Christopher Reeve from the neck down.' So the cover of the book is me in, like, a Superman kind of costume in a wheelchair cheersing a martini glass with Ron Jeremy and two hot chicks. So that's the cover of my book."
Spencer, who just past a year of sobriety on Jan. 8, says he initially planned to self-release the book but now has a deal in place with a publisher and expects it out next year.
As for the Five Finger Death Punch's current status, he reveals that the band are "cocooned up" at the moment working on new music, but do have plans for some spring shows in Europe followed by a summer North American trek.
Watch Five Finger Death Punch's Jeremy Spencer Discuss His Upcoming Book on KLOS 95.5 FM