Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Zoltan Bathory is working with Veterans Empowered To Protect African Wildlife (Vetpaw), a U.S.-based non-profit organization funded by private donations, to help efforts to stop poachers from killing endangered rhinos and elephants in South Africa. Bathory, who went to Africa to visit with the veterans, wrote on Facebook, “Met many many brave men out here protecting African wildlife . . . both US & South-African military vets and local rangers are doing everything in their power to stop the annihilation of some of these species. Poaching is a serious problem that could lead to armed conflicts, but if there’s no one to stop it — elephants and rhinos will disappear from this planet.” Five Finger Death Punch is hitting several festivals in late September and October, starting with the High Elevation Festival in Englewood, Colorado on September 22nd.