The second part of Five Finger Death Punch's 'The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell' will be released Nov. 19 and you can get an early listen. From now through the release date, the album is streaming in full on iTunes Radio.
It's beginning to look like Five Finger Death Punch will bring back the 'Trespass America' tour for a 2014 run. But before that happens, they want to hear from the fans to see what they want. The festival's Facebook page has openly been naming bands that the members of Five Finger Death Punch like to gauge fan interest before booking the trek.
Five Finger Death Punch fans know that the band and its members relay honesty through their music, lyrics and live performance. When we sat down with drummer Jeremy Spencer, he spoke very honestly about an autobiography he is currently working on.
As Five Finger Death Punch get closer to the release of their new album 'The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Volume 2' on Nov. 19, they continue to roll out track-by-track commentary on select tracks. Here, Loudwire brings you the North American premiere of the webisode that offers an inside look at the current single 'Battle Born' (watch above).
With a song title like 'Wrecking Ball,' you kind of know what you're going to get from Five Finger Death Punch. No, it's not a cover of the current Miley Cyrus hit, it's a hard-hitting tune off the 5FDP's upcoming album, 'The Wrong Side of Heaven and The Righteous Side of Hell, Volume 2.'
Congrats are in order for Five Finger Death Punch, the latest entrant into the Loudwire Cage Match Hall of Fame. The band achieved the mark with their current single 'Battleborn,' which withstood a test from five straight competitors to be feted with the honor.
Five Finger Death Punch's 'Battleborn' emerged victorious over Black Sabbath's 'Loner' in the latest Cage Match. Now, 5FDP are one win away from the Cage Match Hall of Fame, but can they pull off one final victory?
Korn vocalist Jonathan Davis has battled both drug and alcohol issues for a sizable portion of Korn's career, but it seems like the singer's struggles have influenced yet another frontman for the better. In a new interview with Metal Hammer, Five Finger Death Punch singer Ivan Moody reveals that Davis is the one who curbed his own drinking issues.
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