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Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Jason Hook has apparently taken to social media to vent his frustration about the band's troubled vocalist, Ivan Moody, according to a recent report from Metal Injection.
As previously reported by AP, Moody quit Five Finger Death Punch (again) following a mid-concert meltdown this week during a concert in Tilburg, Netherlands. Shortly thereafter, the band revealed that fill-in vocalist Tommy Vext would replace Moody for their remaining European tour dates.
Now, it appears that Hook, the bands lead guitarist, has ostensibly lashed out at Moody on Facebook, seemingly referring to the beleaguered singer as a "long cancerous painful toxic useless anchor" (screenshot via Theprp.com)
F5DP's other guitarist, Zoltan Bathory, was a bit more composed in his recent Facebook update on the situation (see below), stating that the band has sent "Ivan back to rehab so he can take care of himself and come back stronger."
Below, watch some fan footage of the band's recent performances without Moody (and with Vext) at the Nova Rock Festival in Nickelsdorf, Austria.