Five Finger Death Punch To Release New Album “AfterLife” In August, Premiere New Song “IOU”

Five Finger Death Punch have announced that their new album “AfterLife” will be released on August 19. With this news, the group have also shared a lyric video for their new song “IOU.” Notably, the clip serves a preview of the band’s metaverse project. That “interactive virtual world will be a gamified fan club experience, developed on the near photorealistic Unreal Engine.”

“AfterLife” Track Listing:

01. “Welcome To The Circus”
02. “AfterLife”
03. “Times Like These”
04. “Roll Dem Bones”
05. “Pick Up Behind You”
06. “Judgment Day”
07. “IOU”
08. “Thanks For Asking”
09. “Blood And Tar”
10. “All I Know”
11. “Gold Gutter”
12. “The End”

Guitarist Zoltan Bathory had the following to say about the new album:

“‘Afterlife‘ was hands down my favorite record to make. It is our ninth album so at this point, we have legions of loyal fans, and our signature sound is more than established. It became its own island, our ground zero we operate from and we can always come back to. So when we started this record, there was an excitement of impending musical adventures, we knew we could step away as far as we wanted to, there was a freedom of truly ‘anything goes.’

This resulted in an album that is way more diverse than our previous ones, while it feels more unified, because there is a framework of overarching stories in Ivan’s lyrics and interconnecting musical motifs between songs. It was not planned as a concept album, but we were so hyper-focused on painting a complete picture, it somehow feels like one… We are very proud of it and are just as impatient as the fans waiting for the release, can’t wait to share it.”

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