The spotlight not only focuses on the musicians but also on their personal lives in the fast-paced world of heavy metal. One such fascinating tale centers on Charlie Engen, the mysterious wife of Five Finger Death Punch’s drummer. A distinctive tune is introduced to the metal scene by the drummer’s marital journey, set against a backdrop of tremendous beats and thrilling performances.
Curiosity about Charlie Engen’s life off stage with his wife naturally grows as fans go deeper into the rhythmic intensity of Five Finger Death Punch’s music. Let’s explore the little-known tale of the marital harmony of the drummer for Five Finger Death Punch.
Five Finger Death Punch Drummer Wife
Congratulations are in order for Jeremy Spencer, the drummer for Five Finger Death Punch, who married Sarah Lopez over the weekend in a secret ceremony in Las Vegas.
Five Finger Death Punch shared a post on Twitter:
See you guys tonight in St Louis! @ The Dome At America’s Center ! Five Finger Death Punch and METALLICA 🤘 M72 Stadium Tour 🏴☠️ pic.twitter.com/1kQg4zTkVa
— Five Finger Death Punch (@FFDP) November 5, 2023
The drummer announced on social media, “Yes it’s true … we’re married. It’s official. 6-11-16. My lovely bride Sarah and I had a great private ceremony with immediate family in Las Vegas. Wonderful day!!”
Jason Hook, Jeremy Spencer’s bandmate from Five Finger Death Punch, also made a comment about the wedding on social media, saying, “I’m happy for my best friend Jeremy Spencer, who was married yesterday with his lovely bride, Sarah Lopez!”
They have an amazing life together, and I wish them nothing but the best! Admire the Hook. View the pictures that Spencer and Hook have shared below, and join us in congratulating the happy couple.
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Amidst label problems, Five Finger Death Punch is working on their next album. Claiming that the band was not adhering to the terms of their recording contract, Prospect Park filed a lawsuit against them, criticizing them for releasing a greatest hits collection and a fourth studio album.
In response, the band said that the label was holding them hostage while they were still bound by contract and that they were ready to fulfill both releases. After they finish their duties at Prospect Park, Five Finger Death Punch has already arranged a contract with Rise Records for their post-Prospect Park career.