Five Finger Death Punch's Zoltan Bathory shares his directing experience on the 'House of the Rising Sun' video and his love for the visual medium.
Five Finger Death Punch
The prolific Five Finger Death Punch released two new studio albums in 2013. 'The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Volume 1‘ was unleashed in July, followed by 'Volume 2‘ in November. Now, it has been revealed that they already have plans to unleash a new album in 2015.
It's on! Five Finger Death Punch and Volbeat are known for bringing great live shows to their fans, and the two bands have just announced a co-headlining fall 2014 U.S. tour (see dates below). But that's not all! The trek will also feature support from Hellyeah and red-hot upstarts Nothing More, making it sure to be one of the top tours of 2014. Loudwire wants you to be there and we've teamed with the bands to offer you the chance to win tickets, plus get your hands on an autographed guitar.
Five Finger Death Punch are enjoying a big year thanks to their two 2013 albums 'The Wrong Side of Heaven and The Righteous Side of Hell' Parts 1 and 2. The group was nominated in several categories at Wednesday night's Revolver Golden Gods ceremony and they spoke to the media on the Golden Gods black carpet.
First off, congrats to Korn, as their song 'Spike in My Veins' just earned its fifth consecutive victory in the Cage Match to land it in the Loudwire Cage Match Hall of Fame. With the song retiring from competition, that means we have two new hard rocking heavyweights ready to enter the battle.
You'll want to start booking travel for Wisconsin this summer. That's because the lineup for this year's Rock USA festival has been unveiled and it definitely rocks. The event, which will be held July 16-19 at Ford Festival Park in Oshkosh, Wis., features such big name acts as Korn, Slayer, Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch and more.
After teasing audiences with a trailer last week, Five Finger Death Punch have unveiled their cinematic new video for 'House of the Rising Sun.' Upon announcing that the video was coming, the band stated that it was "an experiment" and their "initial steps toward something we always wanted to do … make a full length movie." Mission accomplished!
With a name like Five Finger Death Punch, quite honestly, we're a little surprised we haven't seen more of this, but the band's hit 'Under and Over It' proved to be the perfect soundtrack for a full-on hockey throwdown between hockey players Joel Theriault and Gaby Roch of the Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (North American Hockey League) based in Canada.