Five Finger Death Punch continue the countdown to the release of the second installment of their masterwork titled THE WRONG SIDE OF HEAVEN AND THE RIGHTEOUS SIDE OF HELL - VOLUME 2 out November 19 via Prospect Park in North America and Eleven Seven in all other territories. iTunes Radio users in the United States can now stream 5FDP's new album--VOLUME 2--on iTunes Radio "First Play" for free, ahead of its release date on Tuesday, November 19.
The band--IVAN MOODY (vocals), ZOLTAN BATHORY (guitar), JEREMY SPENCER (drums), JASON HOOK (guitar) and CHRIS KAEL (bass)--are excited to unveil their latest body of work with this partnership with iTunes Radio.
Following the massive success of VOLUME 1 earlier this year--which debuted at #2 in the U.S. on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart (selling 113,000 albums in its first week), #3 in Canada, #4 on Germany's mainstream charts, #12 in Australia and #21 in the UK--the band chose to introduce VOLUME 2 to their fans via five track-by-track webisode premieres featuring band commentary and premiere the official video for the current single "Battle Born" on USA Today.
5FDP recently completed their extensive North American "THE WRONG SIDE OF HEAVEN TOUR" and is currently the special guest on Avenged Sevenfold's European arena tour which kicked off November 6 in Helsinki, Finland.
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