Foo Fighters will headline Germany's 2023 Rock am Ring and Rock im Park festivals, taking place June 2-4.
Dave Grohl and company take the place of the reformed Pantera, which was dropped from the lineup earlier this week.
Statements posted to both festivals' Facebook pages read, "In the last few weeks, we have had many intensive conversations with artists, our partners and you, the festival fans, we have continued to deal with the criticism together and decided to remove the band from the program."
According to German news site DW.com, said criticism stems from when Pantera vocalist Phil Anselmo yelled "white power" while giving the Nazi salute during a performance at the 2016 Dimebash concert, held in honor of late guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott.
Other artists on the Rock am Ring and Rock im Park lineups include Machine Gun Kelly, Rise Against, Limp Bizkit, Evanescence and Bring Me the Horizon. For more info, visit Rock-am-Ring.com and Rock-im-Park.com.
For Foo Fighters, Rock am Ring and Rock im Park are part of the band's live comeback this year following the death of drummer Taylor Hawkins in 2022. The group is also set to headline this year's Bonnaroo, Boston Calling and Sonic Temple festivals.