It's been a rollercoaster five months for Five Finger Death Punch, since Ivan Moody was in no shape to be on stage during the band's performance last November at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA. The following night, he noted he had a "mental meltdown," while some fans in attendance noted he was still in no shape to perform.
When Moody popped back up a few months later, he seemed to suggest he was leaving the band to start a new project, before pulling back those words and saying that after this year of touring, he will be focusing on a side project.
Meanwhile, the band has been finishing a new record, but it might not get released as the band is in a bitter lawsuit with their current label. But all of that seemed to be put to the back-shelf when the band performed last night in Argentina, as part of the Maximus Festival.
Some pro-shot footage has surfaced of the band covering "Bad Company" with Moody noting it was the band's first public appearance in five months.