Austin Dickinson, who is the lead singer of As Lions as well as son of current Iron Maiden front man Bruce Dickinson, jumped on stage to sing for Five Finger Death Punch with guitarist Jason Hook during the band's Dec. 5 show in Huntington, West Virginia. He performed the band's songs "Wrong Side of Heaven", "Remember Everything".
Austin filled in for regular FFDP singer Ivan Moody, who had fallen ill. The rest of the set featured Phil Labonte, front man for All That Remains, on vocals. Five Finger Death Punch is currently on tour in the US, doing a co-headline tour with Shinedown. Also touring with them is As Lions, Austin's band, along with Sixx: AM
Zoltan Bathory, guitarist for FFDP, said the band decided to finish the tour with a replacement singer. "Ivan is our brother and we fully and wholeheartedly support him in taking care of himself so he can get well as soon as possible. We discussed possibly cancelling the remaining shows but the responses from the other bands on the tour were so overwhelmingly supportive that we decided to move forward and deliver the great night to the fans that they expect", said the guitarist.