FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Singer Picks Fight With BLACK VEIL BRIDES
According to The Pulse Of Radio, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH frontman Ivan Moody is either feeling bored or cranky, because he's just called out glam-rockers BLACK VEIL BRIDES. In a couple of posts at his Facebook page, Moody commented on a YouTube video of BLACK VEIL BRIDES by remarking, "I'll say it...YUCK!...Time for people to be 'REAL.' This sux."
The band already handled rejection at last week's Revolver Golden Gods awards, hurling insults at members of the booing audience as they accepted their third straight "Song Of The Year" award, this time for "In The End".
"In The End" is currently No. 14 on the Active Rock radio chart. The song is taken from BLACK VEIL BRIDES' third album, "Wretched And Divine: The Story Of The Wild Ones".
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH will release a new double album in two parts this year, with the first half coming out on on July 23 and the second half arriving sometime later this fall.
The band introduced the first single from the new album, called "Lift Me Up," via a live performance at the Golden Gods awards with special guest Rob Halford.
BLACK VEIL BRIDES has not responded to Moody's taunt.
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