Finally! Five Finger Death Punch have released new track ‘Fake’ up their upcoming album “And Justice For None” (hmmm sounds familiar *cough* Metallica *cough*?) out May 18th through Prospect Park Records.
Not much to say about this track really. It sounds like the FFDP everyone loves! Heaps of groove & distorted guitars which make you want to put your fists in the air.
Great to see that all the legal troubles between the band and their label Prospect Park is done and dusted as well. Just to catch you up, the band was suing Prospect Park in an effort to be released from their recording contract with the company. FFDP were seeking a million dollars in damages from the label.Five Finger Death Punch claim they were being held hostage by Prospect Park, calling it a “sinking ship” of a record label.
Prospect Park Records previously filed suit against the band, alleging that they were delivering subpar material to get out of said contract. The label expected to release FFDP next studio album, the band’s seventh. However, FFDP apparently remain under contract with Prospect Park still obliged to deliver.
But if I remember correctly, they signed a deal with Rise Records. Wondering if that deal still stands and we expect another new album from the band sooner than we thought? Don’t forget Rise Records also have Sevendust who are about to release another great album! So get your Rise Records/Nu-metal fix with the new Sevendust before FFDF hit up Rise.
The band have also announced an american tour alongside Breaking Benjamin, Nothing More and Bad Wolves.
For pre orders click on the link for all the great deals they have. Do not forget they also released a greatest hits album released last year. Featuring another new track ‘Gone Away’ and plenty of hits from their vast catalogue.
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