Five Finger Death Punch cover The Offspring’s ‘Gone Away,’ share new album ‘A Decade Of Destruction’

Las Vegas-based multi-platinum hard rock band, Five Finger Death Punch, have released their greatest hits album ‘A Decade Of Destruction’ today but are also celebrating the RIAA platinum certification of their 2011 album ‘American Capitalist,’ and 2013’s ‘The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell, Vol. 1.’

The compilation includes two new tracks – ‘Trouble’ and ‘Gone Away,’ a rock ballad cover of the 1997 song by The Offspring which both serve as the first new music from Five Finger Death Punch in over 2 years. ‘Trouble’ has already seen much success as it hit #1 on the iTunes Metal and the top 5 positions on the Rock charts around the globe. Additionally, the song has racked up over 2 million streams worldwide in just a few weeks making it the band’s biggest streaming debut for a lead track.

The band is on the road co-headlining with In Flames and special guests Of Mice & Men.

December 5th – Rockhal – Luxembourg, Luxembourg*
December 11th – Wizink Centre – Madrid, Spain
December 12th – Sant Jordi Club – Barcelona, Spain
December 14 – Lotto Arena – Antwerp, Belgium
December 15 – AFAS Live – Amsterdam, Netherlands

*with Of Mice & Men

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