Feature: Five Finger Death Punch
Fri, 08 May 2015 12:35:28
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Five reasons to get excited for "Got Your Six" from the Las Vegas metal leaders…
Five Finger Death Punch have begun revealing the details on their hugely anticipated new full-length album, GOT YOUR SIX, due out this fall. With multiple gold releases to their name and sold out arenas worldwide, this is a special moment for metal. We even got a snippet of "Ain't My Last Dance" from the Las Vegas titans—Ivan Moody [vocals], Zoltan Bathory [guitar], Jeremy Spencer [drums], Jason Hook [guitar], and Chris Kael [bass]—this past week heightening anticipation. Give that "Death Punch Season" is looming this fall, we decided to remind you why to get excited.
Five Reasons to Get Excited for Five Finger Death Punch's GOT YOUR SIX!
5. Five Finger Death Punch are launching a huge tour in support. The five-piece will invade cities across the United States in support of Got Your Six, so the world gets to see their one-of-a-kind live explosion in an action-packed bill boasting Papa Roach, In This Moment, and From Ashes To New. They're also using an incredibly cool "Demand" social media campaign so you can vote to bring the tour close to you. Moreover, their stage show keeps getting bigger and better. This run will undoubtedly continue that tradition.
4. They reteamed with longtime producer Kevin Churko. Kevin [Ozzy Osbourne] worked with the band on their flawless string of War Is the Answer , American Capitalist , and The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Vol. 1 and The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Vol. 2 . They share an irreplaceable bond as both grow and expand each time they hit the studio.
3. Every record shows evolution. Five Finger Death Punch never stop pushing the envelope or breaking boundaries. Whether it was the haunting acoustics of "Coming Down" or tapping Tech N9ne for a combustible cover of LL Cool J's "Mama Said Knock You Out," they've always got surprises up their collective sleeve.