Congrats are in order for Five Finger Death Punch. The group's latest single, 'Coming Down,' just hit No. 1 on the Active Rock chart. It's also the band's 10th single to land in the Top 10 of the Active Rock tally.

The group began their string of hits with the song that started it all for them, 2008's 'The Bleeding,' with 'Never Enough,' 'Stranger Than Fiction,' 'Hard to See,' 'Walk Away,' 'Bad Company,' Far From Home,' 'Under and Over It' and 'Remember Everything' following.

Singer Ivan Moody stated, "Radio stations across the U.S., and basically the whole world, have been very supportive of the band. We are grateful and remain indebted to them for stepping behind us, and as our fan base continues to grow year after year, it is clear that rock radio is far from dead. People are listening. With 'Coming Down,' there is obviously a deep message of hope this song lyrically offers. To have success on the radio with a track that is so meaningful to me personally, and many others, is an amazing feeling."

Five Finger Death Punch's latest album, 'American Capitalist,' is closing in on gold status, selling just under 500,000 copies. The disc debuted at No. 3 back in October.

At present, the band is winding down their run on the Trespass America Festival. Their headlining trek wraps Aug. 28 at the Hollywood Palladium. Guitarist Zoltan Bathory said of the run, "It's exhilarating to produce shows this magnitude, especially taking it from the drawing board all the way to giant stages nationwide... The only thing that's even more exciting than watching our vision materialize is seeing the fans' reaction."