FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH
NEW ALBUM AND JUSTICE FOR NONE
DEBUTS AT THE TOP OF THE CHARTS GLOBALLY
#1 IN GERMANY, AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND; #2 FINLAND; #3
NORWAY; #4 UNITED STATES, AUSTRALIA, SWEDEN; #7 UNITED KINGDOM
Multi-platinum band Five Finger Death Punch have exploded onto the album charts with And Justice For None (Eleven Seven / Sony Music Australia), the group’s long-awaited seventh studio album and first full-length in three years. Fueled by the Top 5 rock song “Gone Away” and the brand new single and video for “Sham Pain,” And Justice For None has entered the Billboard Top 200 album chart at #4, marking the group’s fifth Top 5 album in a row. The album debuted globally at #1 in Germany, Austria and Switzerland with other solid debuts in the U.K. (#7), Finland (# 2), Norway (#3), Australia (#4) and Sweden (#4). The album also had three #1 placements on other U.S. charts including: Top Digital Albums, Top Rock Albums, Top Hard Music Albums. And Justice For None has posted the biggest streaming debut so far this year for a hard rock/heavy metal album in the U.S. with over 11,000,000 streams.
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On And Justice For None, the group re-teamed with longtime producer Kevin Churko (Ozzy Osbourne, Disturbed) and once again stepped up their game. With their customary airtight riffs, muscular grooves and seismic melodies, Five Finger Death Punch maintain their signature intensity, all while pushing themselves into new territories on And Justice For None.
With And Justice For None, Five Finger Death Punch has reached streaming milestones as first single “Sham Pain” which, to date, has already received 5.7 million streams. The song has also reached the #2 slot on iTunes’ Metal Songs chart and debuted Top 10 on the U.S. Rock Song Chart. To date, the song has received over 4.5 million streams. Watch the band’s official video for the song - a visual interpretation of the track’s tongue-in-cheek-message about life on the road - HERE. “Fake” has generated 2.5 million streams and made the viral chart on Spotify in multiple countries. “Gone Away,” the band’s previous single (a cover of The Offspring’s 1997 hit) reached #2 at Active Rock radio, and continues to chart Top 15 at the format. “Gone Away” has received over 37 million+ streams in the U.S. and has sold over 126,000 downloads. The band has garnered over 1.3 billion streams on Spotify since 2015, daily out-streaming iconic peers such as System of a Down, Iron Maiden, Korn, Slipknot, and Black Sabbath. Five Finger Death Punch are streaming only second to Metallica in their genre and are out-streaming mainstream artists including U2, Radiohead, and Muse on a daily basis.
Five Finger Death Punch performed a sold-out headlining show at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater in Denver, CO, the hometown of lead singer IVAN MOODY. Last night’s performance was the first time in their career the band has played the landmark venue. The band--IVAN MOODY (vocals), ZOLTAN BATHORY (guitar), JEREMY SPENCER (drums), JASON HOOK (guitar) and CHRIS KAEL (bass)--will kick off what will be the biggest rock tour of the year with co-headliners Breaking Benjamin and special guests Nothing More and Bad Wolves in July. The outdoor amphitheater tour launches July 16 in Seattle crisscrossing arenas in 32-cities nationwide through mid-September. Fans purchasing a ticket to the tour will also support a good cause close to the band’s heart. Five Finger Death Punch will donate $0.50 from each ticket sold to C.O.P.S - Concerns Of Police Survivors, an organisation whose mission is rebuilding shattered lives of survivors and co-workers affected by line of duty deaths, through partnerships with law enforcement and the community.
2018 marks the beginning of new chapter in the history of the multi-platinum hard rock group who overcame a well-documented legal battle with their label alongside a near break-up only to defy the odds and to come back together stronger than ever on And Justice For None.
In the U.S. alone, Five Finger Death Punch have sold over 4.3 million albums and over 9.7 million digital songs and generated just under 2 billion streams.