Five Finger Death Punch showed it does indeed have fans of all ages over the weekend.
The group was joined on Saturday (November 18) in Norway by a "Special Guest 'Heavy metal Grandma,'" a 70-year-old woman the group members spotted in the first row. The group invited her on stage for "Jekyll & Hyde," during which she jumped around and played air guitar while the band performed the song.
The group posted a video of the performance on Twitter, writing that "She is more metal than you."
Highlight of the night... Special Guest "Heavy Metal Grandma" - we found this 70 years old lady rocking out in the first row ... She is more metal than you ???????????????????? #heavymetalgrandma #airguitar #doubledevilhorns #LEGEND https://t.co/QDE5Tj2Jfk
FFDP is in the midst of a European tour that wraps up December 21 in lightning, while it's A Decade Of Destruction best-of album comes out December 1, featuring a pair of new songs including the new single "Trouble."
FFDP is also planning to release a new studio album during 2018.
Gary Graff is an award-winning music journalist who not only covers music but has written books on Bob Seger, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen.