Five Finger Death Punch frontman Ivan Moody has weighed in on the current beef between rappers Eminem and Machine Gun Kelly, siding with the latter. In a recent Instagram post, Moody shared a picture of himself putting devil horns on his forehead and said, "Metal Devil," which relates to Kelly's diss track to Eminem, "Rap Devil."

Moody added the following hashtags, giving his support to Kelly and therefore siding against Eminem: "#metaldevil #machinegunkelly #rapdevil #gotyourbackson #bigfuckingballs #lovethatshit #meetthemonster #devilsown #topoftheworld #respect."

Five Finger have turned their focus to police officers during their most recent tour cycle, with the band setting aside money from ticket sales on their summer trek to go to the C.O.P.S. (Concerns of Police Survivors) organization. They recently presented a check for $95,000 to the organization, whose primary mission is to help rebuild the lives of survivors and co-workers affected by those who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

The band also recently released a music video for "When the Seasons Change," which is featured on latest album, And Justice for None. They just wrapped their summer tour leg with Breaking Benjamin, but the two bands will co-headline more dates this fall, with support from Bad Wolves and In Flames on select dates.

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