Five Finger Death Punch’s Jason Hook Suffers Medical Emergency

Five Finger Death Punch are nearing the end of a U.S. tour leg and have hit a snag as guitarist Jason Hook is experiencing what the band has called a “medical emergency,” forcing the group to postpone their Dec. 12 show in Duluth, Minnesota. No other details have emerged regarding what constitutes this medical emergency and Five Finger have urged fans to keep an eye on their website as more information becomes available. For now, just two gigs remain on the books for the current tour — Dec. 14 and 15. Prior to the Feb. 28 on the band’s new album, F8, Five Finger Death Punch will embark on an extensive European tour with support from Megadeth and Bad Wolves stretching from Jan. 14 through Feb. 22. They’ll then be back on the road for another U.S. trek (dates below) featuring Papa Roach, I Prevail and Ice Nine Kills. April 8 – Sunrise, Fla. @ BB&T CenterApril 10 – Duluth, Ga. @ Infinite Energy CenterApril 11 – Pelham, Ala. @ Oak Mountain AmphitheaterApril 13 – San Antonio, Texas @ AT&T CenterApril 14 – Ft. Worth, Texas @ Dickies ArenaApril 16 – Houston, Texas @ Toyota CenterApril 18 – Phoenix, Ariz. @...

How much money do you spend on fuel for machinery? For many farmers, diesel costs are

How much money do you spend on fuel for machinery? For many farmers, diesel costs are one of the biggest outgoings – anyone who has 400ha or so will be using roughly 30,000 litres of diesel annually and spending £20,000, so the last thing you want is some low-life helping themselves. Planning a new tank? Let nature make life difficult for thieves, point out Lincolnshire Police, by siting the tank close to a prickly hedge. Also, the smallest trace of blood or shred of ripped clothing could help the police identify the offender. CCTV cameras are an effective way to check if anyone has been helping to themselves to your diesel and their presence is a good deterrent as well. Cameras have been around for ages and used to be a pricey option because you needed to run cables around barns. Now it’s all done wirelessly and is a lot simpler. There are lots of makes on the market and they are generally very effective. You can pick up a pack of four cameras and a screen that can show one big image or four smaller ones, and it works in the dead of night. Pay somewhat more (£400 to £450) and you can get a full high-definition 1080P wireless video recorder with 10.1in LCD monitor and 1TB of ha...