Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer discusses the creation of his best-selling book, 'Death Punch'd.'
Jeremy Spencer speaks about his artistic family, opening for Pantera at age 17, staying at one of Saddam Hussein's palaces and much more.
Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer shares his struggles with addiction and his journey in the music industry in his upcoming autobiography.
What happens when a couple of good ol' boys head to Cali-forn-i-a in search of rock stardom? That's what we find out in 'The Adventures of Uncle Colt & Cletus: Hedge-Hoggin,' the new web film from Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer and director Nathan Cox that's being released by Dumb & Drummer Productions. The flick is premiering right here on Loudwire (watch above).
Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer is a busy man these days. Not only does he have two new albums out with 5FDP and his autobiography on the way, but he's set to premiere a short comedic film based upon two characters that he and his drum tech Bobby "Rockshow" Watson created. In fact, the film, 'The Adventures of Uncle Colt & Cletus: Hedge-Hoggin',' will premiere on Loudwire this Friday (Nov. 29) at 9PM ET/8PM CT.
After wrapping up their North American fall headlining trek with Escape the Fate, Miss May I and Gemini Syndrome, Five Finger Death Punch are taking Europe by storm with Avenged Sevenfold. With two albums being released and endless touring, 2013 has been a big year for Five Finger Death Punch.