Five Finger Death Punch Go Behind The Scenes Of Their “Blue On Black” Video

Five Finger Death Punch have shared a behind the scenes look at their recently released video for their cover of Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue On Black.“ That track appears on the band’s latest album “And Justice For None.“

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Five Finger Death Punch Premiere New Video For Their Cover Of Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue On Black”

Five Finger Death Punch have premiered a new video for their cover of Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue On Black.“ This track appears on the band’s latest album “And Justice For None.“

Five Finger Death Punch Premiere “When The Seasons Change” Music Video

Five Finger Death Punch have premiered a new video for their song “When The Seasons Change.“ According to a press release, the clip is “dedicated to those Police Officers and First Responders around the world who selflessly put their lives on the line every day,” including Charleston Hartfield, a fallen army veteran and Las Vegas police officer, who died while he was off-duty at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival during the October 2017 mass shooting. The track appears on the band’s latest album “And Justice For None.“

Zoltan Bathory commented:

“Instead of giving you a typical quote about the music video, let me give you some data to ponder…Medical malpractice is the 3rd leading cause of death in the USA right behind heart-disease and cancer. Some research says an average of 250,000 people die every year because of medical errors. In contrast, Police Officers make an average of 50 fatal errors annually, that’s 245,950 less – and most of them are due to split-second decisions in high-risk situations. Of course, loss of life is always tragic but we don’t put all medical professionals on blast or call them names, disrespect them and demonize them. Of course not. They’re doing their best and it would be just as ridiculous as the current, grossly unfair rhetoric against Police as a whole.”

Five Finger Death Punch Premiere Lyric Video For Their Cover Of Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue On Black”

Five Finger Death Punch have premiered a lyric video for their cover of Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s “Blue On Black.“ This track appears on the band’s latest album “And Justice For None.“

Five Finger Death Punch Premiere “Sham Pain” Music Video

Five Finger Death Punch have premiered a new video for their song “Sham Pain.“ This track is from the band’s new album “And Justice For None,“ which will be released on May 18. Guitarist Zoltan Bathory commented:

“’Sham Pain’ is a lyrical snapshot of probably the most chaotic, yet the biggest year of our career. So far we’ve come out of every bear attack relatively un-scraped, and the band is tighter than ever. Life is not so difficult if you don’t take yourself sooo seriously. As long as you can find the humor in everything you are winning and the winning is strong with this video, as it follows the footsteps of our NOscar winning masterpiece ‘Jekyll and Hyde.’ It was a simple process: We lit the set on fire and then made our poor director Rob Anderson’s artistic sense into a piñata. Whatever he could salvage became the music video.”

In other news, the group recently found a mini Jeremy Spencer at one of their concerts, and they let him play a bit of drums:

Five Finger Death Punch Premiere New Song “When The Seasons Change”

Five Finger Death Punch have premiered a new song titled “When The Seasons Change.“ This track is from the band’s new album “And Justice For None,“ which will be released on May 18. Guitarist Zoltan Bathory commented:

“This song is about loyalty, the kind of loyalty that doesn’t crumble in the face of adversity, which we have faced many times throughout our career and in our lives. This is a very human subject everyone can relate to and it is something this world can use more of.”

Five Finger Death Punch Premiere New Song “Sham Pain”

Five Finger Death Punch have premiered a new song titled “Sham Pain.“ This track is from the band’s new album “And Justice For None,“ which will be released on May 18. Guitarist Zoltan Bathory commented:

“’Sham Pain’ is a lyrical snapshot of probably the biggest, yet most chaotic year of this band’s career. Everyone has a different way of dealing with the moments when life hands them lemons…some complain and some make lemonade. Us, we pour gasoline on it and then hit it with a rocket launcher. Sarcasm has always been our ‘Art of War’ (if from naming the band ‘Five Finger Death Punch’ you haven’t figured it out yet), but just wait until you see the video we made for this song.”