Five Finger Death Punch Bring Mobile Recording Studio on Tour
Five Finger Death Punch don't waste any time. The band, enjoying a surge of success on the back of its third album 'American Capitalist,' embarks on tour after tour, leaving little time to record, right? Wrong! FFDP aren't falling victim to idle time while on the road, instead bringing mobile recording equipment on tour so they can work while traveling from city to city. It effectively ensures that good musical ideas don't get away from them. Ultimately, the rockers represent a model of efficiency.
"Right now, we've got a mobile recording studio with us on the road, writing and recording some ideas," bassist Chris Kael told Artisan News in a recent chat. "So towards the end of the year, we'll get everything rolling and bust out the next one for you guys."
The band wants to maintain its high standard of stage production so its also bringing quite a set up, in addition to toting recording equipment. They're likely traveling with quite a caravan of stuff. "We put everything we have into this," Kael said. "If you got a chance to see it on the Share the Welt tour, it was huge lights, a big production. We want you talking about it once your get out of there."
Five Finger Death Punch look to remain on the road for much of the foreseeable future. They will head out on a short run with Soulfly for a handful of weeks at the end of this month.