Five Finger Death Punch Premiere “A Little Bit Off” Video

Five Finger Death Punch have premiered a new video for their song “A Little Bit Off.” This track is from the band’s latest album “F8.”

Guitarist Zoltan Bathory commented:

“Our new record ‘F8‘ came out right at the exact moment Covid 19 smashed into western society and (naturally) all attention was diverted to the pandemic. It placed us in a difficult situation, where on one hand this is probably the best album we have ever made, on the other it felt insensitive to promote a record on full tilt boogie while people were dying all across the world, businesses closed down, and the economy went face down in a ditch.

Since it affects all public events, and tours are cancelled for who knows how long, artists also became victims of the fallout. So we decided to make this video a snapshot of the unprecedented times and underline it with some humor to at least lighten the overall gloomy vibes.

However, here we are today ready to release it … but thinking once again … is it insensitive to debut the video now that the world is on fire…I guess this will turn out to be the anthem for 2020… We are all ‘a little bit off today’.”

Ivan Moody (Five Finger Death Punch) Launches “Guitar Zero: Legends Of The Fail” Series

Five Finger Death Punch’s Ivan Moody has launched a new series called “Guitar Zero: Legends Of The Fail.” The series will follow the singer as he learns to play guitar. The band commented:

“Presenting the brand new series Ivan Moody’s ‘Guitar Zero: Legends Of The Fail’ Episode 1. This week Ivan checks in with Tom Maxwell of HELLYEAH and gets advice that maybe he should take up cooking instead of playing guitar… Join Ivan on his journey to learn to play guitar with new episodes each Wednesday on 5FDP youtube, IGTV and Facebook.”

Five Finger Death Punch Discuss “The Pride” Video In 10th Episode Of “Quarantine Theater 2020”

Five Finger Death Punch have shared the 10th episode of their “Quarantine Theater 2020” series. This one finds the band discussing the video for their song “The Pride.”

Five Finger Death Punch Discuss “Coming Down” Video In Ninth Episode Of “Quarantine Theater 2020”

Five Finger Death Punch have shared the ninth episode of their “Quarantine Theater 2020” series. This one finds the band discussing the video for their song “Coming Down.”

Five Finger Death Punch Discuss “Never Enough” Video In Eighth Episode Of “Quarantine Theater 2020”

Five Finger Death Punch have shared the eighth episode of their “Quarantine Theater 2020” series. This one finds the band discussing the video for their song “Never Enough.”

Five Finger Death Punch Discuss “The Way Of The Fist” Video In Seventh Episode Of “Quarantine Theater 2020”

Five Finger Death Punch have shared the seventh episode of their “Quarantine Theater 2020” series. This one finds the band discussing the video for their song “The Way Of The Fist.”

Five Finger Death Punch Donate Over $150,000 To Gary Sinise Foundation

Five Finger Death Punch have donated over $150,000 to the Gary Sinise Foundation to assist veterans and first responders. The money came from ticket sales for their fall 2019 U.S. tour and their cover of Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue On Black,” which features Shepherd, Brantley Gilbert, and Brian May (Queen).

Zoltan Bathory commented:

“We were always vocal about where we stand when it comes to veterans or first responders. It has been a decade long effort using our platform to raise awareness, to educate and to keep this conversation on the forefront. During this current pandemic, it’s even more pronounced that these men and women deserve respect and all the support they can get. They are essential and do not have the option to isolate and sit out the dangerous times. Not that they would if given the choice, and that’s what makes them who they are, and that’s why Five Finger Death Punch has got their six. We would also like to thank Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Brantley Gilbert, and the living legend Brian May for joining us without a second of hesitation to make these donations possible.”

Elizabeth Fields, chief operating officer of the Gary Sinise Foundation, added:

“I would like to extend my gratitude to Five Finger Death Punch for their long-standing commitment to our nation’s veterans and first responders. Their support is needed now more than ever, as we at the Gary Sinise Foundation help our first responders, service members, veterans, health care workers, and all of those who so courageously stand on the front lines of this global pandemic.”

Five Finger Death Punch Discuss “Sham Pain” Video In Sixth Episode Of “Quarantine Theater 2020”

Five Finger Death Punch have shared the sixth episode of their “Quarantine Theater 2020” series. This one finds the band discussing the video for their song “Sham Pain.”

Five Finger Death Punch Discuss “I Apologize” Video In Fifth Episode Of “Quarantine Theater 2020”

Five Finger Death Punch have shared the fifth episode of their “Quarantine Theater 2020” series. This one finds the band discussing the video for their song “I Apologize.”

Five Finger Death Punch Discuss “The Bleeding” Video In Fourth Episode Of “Quarantine Theater 2020”

Five Finger Death Punch have shared the fourth episode of their “Quarantine Theater 2020” series. This one finds the band discussing the video for their song “The Bleeding.”