Five Finger Death Punch's new album, The Wrong Side of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volume 1, will be released July 30, 2013. The deluxe edition featuring a bonus 15 track live CD, Purgatory (Tales From The Pit) is available for pre-order now via iTunes. This release will be accompanied by a redeemable limited edition t-shirt with the physical pressing only.
A collectible limited edition box set featuring a 5FDP lunch box, the deluxe version of the album with the bonus live CD, an early free download of an exclusive new track from volume 1 of The Wrong Side of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volume 1, and assorted collectible items is available for pre-sale exclusively through the band's web store. The imagery for both upcoming studio albums was created by legendary comic book artist and illustrator Greg Capullo (Batman, Spawn).
The lead single "Lift Me Up" (featuring Rob Halford of Judas Priest) catapulted to the #1 most shared song on Spotify and debuted at Number 18 at active rock radio.
The Wrong Side of Heaven And The Righteous Side of Hell Volume 1 Track Listing:
Five Finger Death Punch will co-headline the 2013 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival alongside Rob Zombie kicking off in San Bernadino, CA on June 29. Five Finger Death Punch will also headline ShipRocked 2014, rocking the sea from Miami to the Bahamas January 26-30, 2014.
Five Finger Death Punch has released three consecutive RIAA gold certified albums through Prospect Park for sales exceeding 500,000 copies. The success of The Way of The Fist (2007), War Is The Answer (2009) and American Capitalist (2011), which debuted at number 3 on the Billboard charts in October 2011, exhibits the band as one of the few in the rock genre to consistently see significant sales both digitally and physically. The band's ten consecutive Top 10 radio hits – including 2012's #1 hit "Coming Down – have spawned cumulative single sales of over 4.2 million. Going back to 2008’s "The Bleeding", Five Finger Death Punch has consistently been one of the most heavily played bands at rock radio.