07:37 - Lit. Ah, the fabled Vampire Squid. The Nosferatu of the deep.
07:24 - LeKiwi Just wrote the least informative mini-review on my list - the band is Vampire Squid. [link]
06:35 - Fearmeister Aw shit, that sucks. I got in like, 5 mins before the show started.
06:34 - MetalDoomMaster Drove 11 hours there and back to see it too haha. At least now I know for next time I guess.
06:32 - MetalDoomMaster I'm a fucking retard. I was staying with a friend in Merrillville and neither of us knew it was in a different time zone even though it was in the same state, so we missed the first hour of the show. Just saw the last Aeon song.
06:30 - Fearmeister Yea, it was a cool show. I love how the guy next to me was like 'WHOA' when Tribulation was playing :P
06:29 - MetalDoomMaster I don't know how I didn't see that haha. That guy completely ruined the vibe of the last song. He was up front arguing with the guards the whole time. That was my first time in Indy. Nice city.
Americans Five Finger Death Punch have announced a string of American headline shows in April and May. But that is not all they have to share. Since wrapping up their tour of fall 2014 co-headlining arenas across North America with Volbeat, the band has entered the studio to write the follow-up record to their 2013 albums The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell - Volume 1 and 2. They are working on new music and their next album is slated to come out later this year.
Five Finger Death Punch are premiering a new music video for their cover of the classic track "The House Of The Rising Sun" found in the album The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell - Volume 2, released in November 2013. Enjoy it below.
As many of you may already know, American thrash metallers Five Finger Death Punch are going to release their 4th and 5th full-length album in summer/fall 2013. More precisely, The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell - Volume 1 is scheduled to be released on July 30th, while Volume 2 should hit the stores around September.
Five Finger Death Punch fans, watch out. Big news are coming from the band's official site. The band has announced the release of their new single "Lift Me Up" (featuring Rob Halford of Judas Priest). You can listen to the band's new single via iHeartRadio here. The song was originally introduced via a live performance at the Revolver Golden Gods. The band also unveiled that their upcoming two-part double album will be named The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volume 1 and The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volume 2. Volume 1 which will be released on July 23rd, while its successor is scheduled for fall 2013.
Following 2011's American Capitalist, Five Finger Death Punch has announced a pair of new albums. The band will release their fourth and fifth studio albums in two installments with Vol. 1 hitting stores on July 23rd and Vol. 2 scheduled for later this fall. Prospect Park will release the albums in North America and Eleven Seven releases them in all other territories.
"Remember Everything", a brand new video from US groove thrash metallers Five Finger Death Punch has premiered exclusively at this location. It was directed by Emile Levisetti. The song is taken from the band's latest album American Capitalist, which was released last year through Prospect Park Records.
"Under It And Over It", a brand-new track from US groove metallers Five Finger Death Punch has been made available for streaming over at Revolver Magazine.
Commented FFDP vocalist Ivan Moody: "This one is about the rumors and gossip that go on everywhere - especially online. It's comical to see how much crazy, ill-informed shit people will post as news and when they're trolling around message boards. In today's day and age, speculation and bad info can just fly around the internet and catch fire - even when it's completely false and unfounded. Funny shit."
"Under It And Over It" comes off the band's upcoming new album, entitled American Capitalist, which will be released on October 11th through Prospect Park Records.