The metalheads of Five Finger Death Punch will hit the road later this year for a headlining U.S. tour.

The 28-date jaunt is slated to kick-off on November 1 for a two-night show at Las Vegas’ The Joint at Hard Rock. From there, they’ll make stops in cities like Ft. Meyers, El Paso, Columbus, and Toledo. The group will visit venues like the Pensacola Bay Center, the Corpus Christi American Bank Center, and the North Charleston Coliseum before wrapping-up at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines on December 15.

Three Days Grace, Bad Wolves, and Fire of the Gods will provide support. Guitarist Zoltan Bathory explained in a statement that the group is trying to create a “healthy scene” with successful breakout bands to keep rock alive. On their last trek with Breaking Benjamin, they brought out the rising metal group Nothing More, a band that was nominated for multiple Grammys and earned two No. 1 hits. Now, they’re bringing along Bad Wolves because they “are doing amazing” and have three No. 1 singles, as well as Fire From The Gods who “we think will be another important band for the future of this genre,” he said.

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Five Finger Death Punch is touring in support of 2018’s And Justice for None. The LP, which follows A Decade of Destruction and Got Your Six, includes singles “When the Seasons Change” and “Blue on Black.” The group has garnered attention over the years with hits like 2009’s “Bad Company,” 2013’s “Wrong Side of Heaven,” and 2015’s “Jekyll and Hyde.”

“As for Five Finger Death Punch, the band is better than ever, firing on all cylinders so we are really looking forward to this tour and our next chapter,” Bathory said.

Check out Five Finger Death Punch’s full list of tour dates below; a portion of every ticket sold will be donated to The Gary Sinise Foundation.

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Five Finger Death Punch Tour Dates 2019

November 1 – Las Vegas, Nevada @ The Joint – Hard Rock
November 2 – Las Vegas, Nevada @ The Joint – Hard Rock
November 5 – Tucson, Arizona @ Tucson Arena
November 7 – El Paso, Texas @ Don Haskins Arena
November 9 – Corpus Christi, Texas @ American Bank Center
November 10 – Beaumont, Texas @ Ford Park Center
November 12 – Baton Rouge, Louisiana @ Raising Cane’s River Center Arena
November 13 – Huntsville, Alabama @ Von Braun Center Arena
November 15 – Pensacola, Florida @ Pensacola Bay Center
November 16 – Ft. Meyers, Florida @ Hertz Arena
November 18 – Jacksonville, Florida @ Vystar Veterans Arena
November 20 – Columbia, South Carolina @ Colonial Life Arena
November 22 – Greensboro, North Carolina @ Greensboro Coliseum Arena
November 23 – Chattanooga, Tennessee @ McKenzie Arena
November 26 – Columbus, Ohio @ Nationwide Arena
November 27 – Youngstown, Ohio @ Covelli Centre
November 29 – Knoxville, Tennessee @ Thompson-Boling Arena
November 30 – Charleston, South Carolina @ North Charleston Coliseum
December 2 – Norfolk, Virginia @ Norfolk Scope Arena
December 3 – Allentown, Pennsylvania @ PPL Center
December 5 – Toledo, Ohio @ The Huntington Arena
December 6 – Lexington, Kentucky @ Rupp Arena
December 8 – Peoria, Illinois @ Peoria Civic Center
December 9 – Fort Wayne, Indiana @ Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
December 11 – Madison, Wisconsin @ Alliant Energy Center
December 12 – Duluth, Minnesota @ Amsoil Arena
December 14 – Omaha, Nebraska @ CHI Health Center
December 15 – Des Moines, Iowa @ Wells Fargo Arena