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17th November 2017

five finger death punch

Five Finger Death Punch kicked off their biggest European tour to date, thrilling fans with a massive new stage production and newly added songs to the setlist at a sold-out Hartwall Arena in Helsinki on Tuesday night, with In Flames and Of Mice & Men in support.

The tour hit its second stop last night at the sold-out Scandinavium in Gothenburg, Sweden. Check out this taster clip from Tuesday's show.

Tickets for the package, which blazes a twenty-five date trail across European arenas, are flying out of the door. With many dates including Paris, Stockholm, Oslo, Prague and other major cities rapidly approaching full capacity, the tour has become one of the Autumn's hottest arena rock show tickets.

The band's new single, 'Trouble' - their first new music in over two years – has become their biggest streaming debut for a lead track, clocking up in excess of one million plays in less than a week, half of those in the UK and Europe. In addition, the track stormed to number one and top five spots on iTunes' Metal and Rock charts around the globe.

'Trouble''s resounding success further demonstrates the Las Vegas based band's achievements. To date, they've amassed over 2.3billion streams, close to nine million song downloads and almost eight million album sales around the globe.

Their previous six albums have all received gold certification in the US, with 2009s 'War Is The Answer' album reaching platinum status. In turn, FFDP are also one of the most popular rock bands streaming on Spotify today.

five finger death punch

'Trouble' serves as the lead single from their forthcoming Greatest Hits collection, 'A Decade Of Destruction' which is released on 1st December. Special blood red vinyl and blood red cassette pre-order bundles are available exclusively from

The remaining tour dates are:

17th November: Stockholm Sweden - Ericsson Globe
18th November: Oslo, Norway - Spektrum
20th November: Copenhagen, Denmark - Royal Arena
21st November: Hamburg, Germany: Barclaycard Arena
22nd November: Berlin, Germany: Velodrome
24th November: Oberhausen, Germany: KP Arena
26th November: Prague, Czech Republic: Forum Karlin
28th November: Zurich, Switzerland: Hallenstadion
29th November: Munich, Germany: Olympiahalle
30th November: Padova, Italy: Geox Theatre
2nd December: Stuttgart, Germany: HMH Schleyerhalle
4th December: Paris, France: Olympia
5th December: Luxembourg, Luxembourg : Rockhal
6th December: Frankfurt, Germany: Festhalle
8th December: Vienna, Austria: Stadthalle
11th December: Madrid, Spain: Wizink Centre
12th December: Barcelona, Spain: Sant Jordi Club
14th December: Antwerp, Belgium: Lotto
15th December: Amsterdam, Netherlands: AFAS Live
17th December: Birmingham, UK : Birmingham Arena
18th December: Glasgow, UK: SSE Hydro
20th December: Leeds, UK : Leeds First Direct Arena
21st December: London, UK: SSE Wembley Arena

Tickets for UK dates are available right here.


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