DISTURBED Singer: 'FINCH Are Simply Not Worth Our Time'

DISTURBED frontman David Draiman has posted a statement on the band's official message board explaining his side of the story behind the altercation between DISTURBED and FINCH at this past weekend's Rolling Rock Town Fair in Latrobe, PA. His statement reads as follows:

"Regarding this whole fiasco, let me simply say this: I stand behind every word Dan has already expressed on this message board. My only regret is that this is the shit he has to deal with on his birthday. The entire crowd got to see the incident happen so nothing more needs to be said other than don't let those pussy-ass, running-away-with-their-tails-between-their-legs motherfuckers get any more publicity from this than they already have. People saw what happened. The shows own promoters proclaimed it, and it's finished. They are not important enough to even fuck with. Once again my thanks to all of you for your support, but don't let the FINCH fucks glorify this situation any more that they already have by fueling their fire. They are simply not worth our time. We made our point. Now they have to live with it.

"All my love and respect to my brother Dan, our manager Jeff, Mike and John.

"SEVENDUST — much respect my brothers, anytime you need us, we're here.

"And by the way, Dan, happy birthday."

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