FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH – releases new video
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Releases official video for top 5 single “A LITTLE BIT OFF”
FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH releases the second official video from their new album, "F8" for the track "A Little Bit Off" which is now Top 5 at Active Rock radio. The video was shot during lockdown in a deserted car-free Las Vegas where Ivan Moody is the only soul on a sidewalk usually crowded with people.
The band’s current release, "F8", debuted at #1 on on Rock charts worldwide with a Top 10 Mainstream chart debut in the US, Austria, Australia, Canada, Finland, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and more. FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH has amassed over 7 billion streams to date, over 3 billion video views and is the biggest artist in the hard rock space measured by total consumption (digital sales added to digital streams converted to sales) having recently surpassed Metallica and AC/DC.
"Five Finger Death Punch’s eighth album, to put it simply, shreds" – Newsweek
Over the last decade, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH has become one of the most recognizable names in music. The band has 22 Top 10 singles with 9 #1 singles and has sold over 1 Million concert tickets in the past two years alone. They have sold over $40 Million in merchandise globally. Every record since the release of the band’s 2007 debut album "The Way of the Fist", has been certified Gold or Platinum by the RIAA – 3x Platinum and 6x Gold. The band has earned numerous awards and honors and is one of the few recipients of the prestigious Soldier Appreciation Award from the Association of The United States Army. Recently, Five Finger Death Punch was nominated for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Artist at this year’s iHeartRadio Music Awards.
"F8" was produced by FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH with long time producer KEVIN CHURKO (Ozzy Osbourne, Disturbed, Slash, etc). "F8, the group’s eighth, is their most mature offering to date" Billboard states. "It features singer Ivan Moody chronicling his daunting path to sobriety over music that traverses a diverse range of styles, from sensitive ballads to balls-out barnstormers".