FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH held a moment of silence and played "The Bleeding" in tribute to the victims of the November 13 Paris terror attacks during their concert on November 17 at the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Fan-filmed video footage of the performance can be seen below.
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH canceled a show in Milan, Italy on November 22 amidst rumors that the Islamic State (ISIS) was planning to attack the show as part of a series of multiple attacks spread across several countries.
The hacktivist group Anonymous claimed to have uncovered plots by ISIS for several terrorist attacks to occur on Sunday, including at a pro wrestling event in Atlanta and other locations in Paris, Rome, Lebanon and Indonesia, in addition to the concert in Milan.
The rumors of the attacks came a week after a deadly terrorist attack at seven locations in Paris, including an EAGLES OF DEATH METAL concert where 89 people were killed.
The hacktivists said the information about the fresh attacks was received from "several pro-(ISIS) accounts."
A number of artists halted their European treks in the wake of the Paris attacks, including FOO FIGHTERS, DEFTONES, LAMB OF GOD and others.
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