‘Trouble’ Finds Five Finger Death Punch in Riffy New Song, Band Announces Greatest Hits Album
Now that Five Finger Death Punch have settled their lawsuit with their record label, Prospect Park, the wheels are back in motion as the veteran hard rockers look to a horizon full of new music. Almost one year ago, the group issued a teaser video containing a clip of a new song and now the full track, a riffy anthem titled “Trouble,” has finally been unveiled and comes off their newly announced greatest hits collection, A Decade of Destruction.
The punchy cut opens with a drum fill that plunges straight into an arena beat that propels the rhythmic intensity. Ivan Moody‘s chest-beating attitude prevails once again as he sings, “I don’t look for trouble, trouble looks for me / That’s how it’s always been, that’s how it’s gonna be / I’m looking down on you, you’re looking up to me / I never saw you coming, you never saw me,” injecting some grit into the verse’s last pair of words. Dissonant chords pad the chorus, offering a reprieve from the bruising verse riff, only to pursue heavier depths later on with a beatdown guitar lick that lies beneath a hyper-melodic solo.
“Trouble” is one of the two new songs that will be featured on the greatest hits compilation and the artwork and track listing can be seen below. The album will arrive on Dec. 1 and pre-orders are live and can be placed here. FFDP will then follow up 2015’s Got Your Six, with a brand new studio album in the Spring of 2018.
To close out 2017, Five Finger Death Punch will embark on a European co-headlining arena tour with Swedish powerhouse In Flames. The run stretches from Nov. 16 through Dec. 21 where the trek will close out at the world-famous Wembley Arena in London. Click here for a list of all the European stops.
Five Finger Death Punch, A Decade of Destruction Artwork + Track Listing
02. “Gone Away”
03. “Lift Me Up”
04. “Wash It All Away”
05. “Bad Company”
06. “Under and Over It”
07. “Wrong Side of Heaven”
08. “House of the Rising Sun”
09. “I Apologize”
10. “The Bleeding”
11. “Jekyll and Hyde”
12. “Remember Everything”
13. “Coming Down”
14. “My Nemesis”
15. “Battle Born”
16. “Far From Home”
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