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Escape the Fate drop off Five Finger Death Punch tour

Posted by on October 18, 2013

Escape the FateEscape the Fate seemed jinxed from the onslaught of their tour announcement with Five Finger Death Punch. The band has pulled off the remainder of the dates, citing “unforeseen family-related issues.”

Escape the Fate will be dropping off the Wrong Side of Heaven tour (also featuring Five Finger Death Punch, Miss May I and Gemini Syndrome) as of today (Thursday, October 17th) due to unforeseen family–related issues.

The band deeply regrets that they will not be able to see their fans in Bossier City, LA ; Tulsa, OK; Kansas City, MO and Springfield, MO this time around but promises to revisit these cities as soon as their tour schedule will allow.

After guitarist Monte Money reportedly refused to play the Five Finger Death Punch tour, Escape the Fate asked  former bassist Max Green to stand in and shifted bassist T.J. Bell to rhythm guitar. However, the band assured fans the switch that happened in September would not be permanent.

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  • thank you

    good news for my son and i, actually. EscapetheFate was the one band we were not looking forward to having to sit through at this show. whoohoo!