Five Finger Death Punch Perform for U.S. Troops in Kuwait
Five Finger Death Punch continue to show their support for our nation's armed forces by returning to the Middle East to perform a show for the troops.
Las Vegas metal quintet Five Finger Death Punch have always been very vocal about their support of U.S. troops. In 2010, the band made the trip to Iraq for their first performance for the men and women serving our country and have traveled to Kuwait for another round. "We just wanted to come over here and give them a piece of life," singer Ivan Moody says of the experience.
"We know that it becomes monotonous out here — it's a seven-day-a-week job — and we really wanted to break it up and make them feel human, and I hope that we gave them that," Moody continues. "We've spent a lot of hard time on the road, as well as you guys have earning the freedom that we have. It's the least we can do."
In the videos below, you can see some soldier-shot footage of their performances at the Buehring, Kuwait concert for the troops. 5FDP will kick off their U.S. tour dates with Soulfly and Windowpane on March 23 in their city of residence, Las Vegas.