FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Release Lyric Video For New Song "Gone Away"; Greatest Hits Album Out Now
December 1, 2017, 10 months ago
Los Angeles-based hard rock band, Five Finger Death Punch, have released their greatest hits album, A Decade Of Destruction. The record contains a collection of the band’s biggest tracks to date including US #1 hits “Coming Down”, “Lift Me Up”, “Wash It All Away”, “Battle Born”, and their biggest song to date “Wrong Side Of Heaven”, which has garnered an impressive 182m YouTube views. Pick up the album here.
The compilation includes two new tracks - “Trouble” and “Gone Away”, a rock ballad cover of the 1997 song by The Offspring. These two songs mark the first new music from 5FDP in over two years. Watch the brand new lyric video for “Gone Away” below. Following its recent debut, lead single “Trouble” raced to #1 on the iTunes Metal chart and snagged multiple Top 5 positions on rock charts around the globe. The song has already racked up over 2 million streams in just a few weeks, making it the band’s biggest streaming debut for a lead track. The group have amassed more than 2 billion streams worldwide to date.
Five Finger Death Punch are also celebrating the RIAA platinum certification of their 2011 album American Capitalist, and 2013’s The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell, Vol. 1. Their acclaimed album War Is The Answer and colossal single “Bad Company” are already platinum status.
A Decade Of Destruction trackliisting:
“Lift Me Up”
“Wash It All Away”
“Under And Over It”
“Wrong Side Of Heaven”
“House Of The Rising Sun”
“Jekyll And Hyde”
“Far From Home”
“Gone Away” lyric video:
“Trouble” lyric video:
Five Finger Death Punch recently announce that they will be releasing their 7th full-length studio album in spring 2018 via Prospect Park Records in North America and Eleven Seven Music internationally.
Five Finger Death Punch are currently performing to sold out crowds on this winter's biggest European arena rock tour, with In Flames and Of Mice & Men. The headline UK dates kick off on December 17th and conclude just before the holidays at London's Wembley Arena on December 21st. All remaining dates are below.
2 - Stuttgart, Germany - HMH Schleyerhalle
4 - Paris, France - Olympia
5 - Luxembourg, Luxembourg - Rockhal
6 - Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle
8 - Vienna, Austria - Stadthalle
11 - Madrid, Spain - Wizink Centre
12 - Barcelona, Spain - Sant Jordi Club
14 - Antwerp, Belgium - Lotto
15 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - AFAS Live
17 - Birmingham, UK - BCA
18 - Glasgow, UK - Hydro
20 - Leeds, UK - Leeds Arena
21 - London, UK - Wembley Arena