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Five Finger Death Punch

384 fans
Also known as 5FDP

Country: USA
Labels: Prospect Park Records
Eleven Seven Music

Links: Official website

Formed in: 2005

2005- Groove metal


2005-  Ivan Moody - vocals
2005-  Zoltan Bathory - rhythm guitars
2011-  Chris Kael - bass, backing vocals
2020-  Andy James - lead guitars
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2005  Caleb Andrew Bingham - guitars
2005-2009  Darrell Roberts - guitars, backing vocals
2005-2010  Matt Snell - bass, backing vocals
2005-2018  Jeremy Spencer - drums
2009-2020  Jason Hook - guitars, backing vocals
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2016  Philip Labonte - vocals
2018-  Charlie Engen - drums
2013  Tech N9ne - vocals
2013  Jamey Jasta - vocals
2013  Maria Brink - vocals
2013  Max Cavalera - vocals
2013  Rob Halford - vocals
2019  Brian May - guitars


2007 Stranger Than Fiction [Single]
2007 The Way Of The Fist (Album Teaser) [Demo]
2007 The Bleeding [Single]
2008 Never Enough [Single]
2009 Hard To See [Single]
2009 Bad Company [Single]
2009 Far From Home [Single]
2009 Dying Breed / Still I Rise [Split]
2009 Dying Breed [Single]
2009 Getcha Pull! A Tribute To Dimebag Darrell [VA] 9
2010 No One Gets Left Behind [Single]
2011 The Pride [Single]
2011 Walk Away [Single]
2011 Falling In Hate [Single]
2011 Under And Over It [Single]
2011 Back For More [Single]
2012 Remember Everything [Single]
2012 Avengers Assemble: The Soundtrack [VA]
2013 Soundtrack To Your Roadrage - 11 Cuts & A Bunch Of Stitches [Compilation]
2013 Lift Me Up [Single] 8.3
2013 Battle Born [Single] 5
2014 Wrong Side Of Heaven [Single]
2014 Purgatory: Tales From The Pit [Live] 7.8
2015 Wash It All Away [Single]
2015 Ain't My Last Dance [Single]
2016 The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volume 1 & 2 [Compilation]
2017 Trouble (Clean Edit) [Single]
2017 A Decade Of Destruction [Compilation] 8
2018 Gone Away [Single]

Latest reviews

Five Finger Death Punch (FFDP) return with their seventh helping of their sonic brew; while we are given a fresh serving of what the band have come to perfect, by now it has however grown stale and flat where once it looked to be youthful and effervescent. And Justice For None does try to address this issue, not straying far from their roots but at least taking a few steps away from it.   Review by omne metallum ››
Whereas I'm somewhat ambivalent and on the fence with Five Finger Death Punch for the most part, liking the occasional track without their discography evoking a strong feeling either way, upon hearing Got Your Six, I can hear what the detractors decry, with the record serving as an epiphany and sonic evidence as to what they have been saying for years.   Review by omne metallum ››

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