Europe get ready! Two of the biggest metal bands in the world have just announced a joined tour.
Megadeth and Five Finger Death Punch will cross the continent in January and February 2020. The two heavyweights will be joined by Bad Wolves, a hard rock act from Los Angeles.
Five Finger Death Punch guitarist, Zoltan Bathory, expressed his excitement towards the upcoming tour and said that Bad Wolves broke out big in recent years. “Megadeth needs no introduction, they are absolute legends,” said Bathory.
The guitarist continued: “Dave Mustaine’s contribution to this genre is simply immeasurable. I consider him one of the founding fathers of not just thrash but heavy Metal in general because his riffs and guitar playing have influenced everyone that was in Megadeth’s blast radius… and that’s a big radius.”
Mustain also wished to warn the fans not to miss this tour. “Hindsight is always 20-20, but looking back it’s still a bit fuzzy. Looking forward, you’ll be in trouble if you don’t come see us with Five Finger Death Punch in early 2020. You don’t wanna miss it. See you soon!”
Both bands are currently in the process of producing a new album. Mustaine has entered the studio while dealing with throat cancer.
Tickets will go on sell on Friday, September 13.