Five Finger Death Punch completes work on ninth studio album

FIVE-FINGER DEATH finished recording their ninth studio album.

The Las Vegas-based metalheads shared the news of the LP’s completion in a post accompanying the song’s lyric video release. “The Lighter Side of Grey” from the band’s latest album, 2020s “F8”.

FIVE-FINGER DEATH said: “It’s hard to believe that our latest record ‘F8’ was released over 2 years ago in early 2020, born in the whirlwind of events that have dominated our lives and will reverberate through the rest of our history. Those of you who know this album intimately now know how some ‘F8’The dystopian lyrics of have become rather prophetic.

“The Lighter Side of Grey” was an important song on this disc, but especially personal to [singer] Ivan [Moody] (who is the only parent of the group). It’s a more than apt commentary on what’s going on in the world that probably needs a good reminder right now that we’re only here for the second, a little twitch in time…not just as a as individuals but as a whole species… It took a trillion conditions for human life to exist in this universe, but it takes only one to go horribly wrong and wipe it all out.

“This song also serves as the perfect gateway to our new album that we just finished this week, which generally revolves around similar existential questions.

“It’s amazing how little we understand our own existence, yet everyone’s relationship to the concept of death pervades, if not directs their whole life. I can’t wait to share it…

“Enjoy this video and stay tuned for new music and big tour announcements in the very near future!”

FIVE-FINGER DEATHthe new album of was again recorded at the stash recording studiothe Las Vegas, Nevada facility owned and operated by Kevin Churkothe Canadian producer/sound engineer and songwriter who has worked on all FIVE FINGERS‘s albums beginning with the group’s second release, 2009 “War is the answer”.

In addition to recording a brand new album, FIVE-FINGER DEATH recently started re-recording their debut LP, 2007’s “The Way of the Fist”for his 15th birthday.

FIVE-FINGER DEATHThe next album will be the group’s first with its latest addition, the famous British virtuoso Andy Jameswho replaced Jason Hook in 2020. james previously featured on “Broken World”a song that appeared on the second installment of FIVE-FINGER DEATHthe greatest hits collection of, “A Decade of Destruction – Volume 2”released in fall 2020.

Since FIVE-FINGER DEATHthe first album of, “The Way of the Fist”released in 2007, the group released six consecutive albums which were certified gold or platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) as well as two greatest hits albums on the charts. Besides, FIVE-FINGER DEATH has won numerous national and international awards and honors over the past decade, such as the prestigious Soldier Appreciation Award from the Association Of The United States Army, an honor given to only one other artist before them: Elvis Presley.

“F8” debuted at No. 1 on rock charts worldwide with Mainstream Top 10 debuts in the US, Austria, Australia, Canada, Finland, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, UK -Uni and more. “F8” features #1 hit singles “Upside down”, “A little behind”, “Living the dream” and “Darkness Sets In”.

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