Ten years! That's right, a full decade has passed since Five Finger Death Punch rocked our world with The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell double album, and to mark the occasion, the band is issuing a vinyl box set. And once again, Loudwire Nights is there to make sure you're covered, making it the latest contest as part of our Loudwire Record Club.

Both albums peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart, but the records certainly performed as one of the crucial releases of the year. Between the two albums, you got such standouts as Rob Halford's guest turn on lead single "Lift Me Up," killer covers of The Animals' "House of the Rising Sun" and LL Cool J's "Mama Said Knock You Out," the hard-hitter "Battle Born" and the stellar title track.

With this set, you get the two albums pressed on silver metallic and gold metallic vinyl, housed in gatefold sleeves with updated album art to reflect both records in one package. The set also comes with their long out-of-print live album, PURGATORY (TALES FROM THE PIT). So, you get six albums with six bonus tracks and a four-decal sticker sheet as part of hte collection.

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Earlier this year, guitarist Zoltan Bathory stopped by the Loudwire Nights radio show to talk about his involvement with the Call of Duty video game franchise. Check out more of the chat below.

So how do you win this awesome vinyl box set from Five Finger Death Punch? Simply visit the entry box below and provide your contact info. If you art chosen to win The Wrong Side of Heaven box set, we'll reach out and contact you. Just be sure to get your details in before the cutoff date of Monday, Dec. 18 at 10AM ET for this contest.

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And just this reminder that Five Finger Death Punch remains a favorite of the Loudwire Nights radio show. So if you have the time, you might catch an FFDP song or two coming across your radio airwaves. You can find Loudwire Nights airing live every weeknight at 7PM ET or on the Loudwire app; you can also see if the show is available on your local radio station and listen to interviews on-demand.

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