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‘Share The Welt’ With Five Finger Death Punch

10:01 AM Wednesday 9/14/11 | |

Five Finger Death Punch adds more dates to its “Share The Welt” tour as the band hits the touring superhighway in support of its new album, American Capitalist.

Traveling with All That Remains, Hatebreed and Rev Theory supporting, the metal band launches the adventure at San Francisco’s Warfield Oct. 16. New to the calendar are shows in November and December and include Houston’s House Of Blues Nov. 8; Dallas at the Palladium Ballroom Nov. 12; Atlanta’s Tabernacle Nov. 14; Baltimore at Rams Head Live! Nov. 21; New York at Best Buy Theater Nov. 23; Pittsburgh at Stage AE Nov. 25; Montreal at Metropolis Dec. 4; Toronto’s Sound Academy Dec. 6 and St. Paul, Minn., at Myth Dec. 14.

While you’re contemplating where you will see Five Finger Death Punch, the band has released a new video called “Under And Over It,” directed by “Machete” co-director Ethan Maniquis.

“We wanted to hit a pretty sarcastic tone with it, so It looks like a typical big cock-rock video, but in a tongue-in-cheek way,” FFDP’s Zoltan Bathory said in a statement. “We put all the ‘big-time video’ cliches in it except for the booty shake, or maybe we even got that, I don’t remember.”

Many shows are already on sale and VIP packages are available. Visit FiveFingerDeathPunch.com for more info.


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