Five Finger Death Punch frontman Ivan Moody has been speaking exclusively with Metal Hammer magazine about the band’s upcoming studio album.
He and his bandmates Zoltan Bathory, Jason Hook, Chris Kael and Charlie Engen are the cover stars of the new issue of Metal Hammer magazine, with the Las Vegas outfit giving us a look at the creation of the as-yet-untitled record, which will be the follow-up to 2018’s And Justice For None.
Moody says: “This album has not been fucking easy to make. There was always somebody fucking quitting. Somebody wants to fire another guy, somebody’s unhappy with someone’s lifestyle. These things happen on a daily basis."
He adds: “If there weren’t bumps in the road, it would have been a shit record because that’s complacency and that’s settling.”
Back in September, Five Finger Death Punch teased their new single Inside Out, with Moody also telling Metal Hammer that the track “pretty much encompasses everything” since his much-publicised addiction struggles.
He adds: “This is the first piece of music I’ve written since all this happened. So all these emotions, I finally get to put them out in a therapeutic way. It’s about alcoholism. It’s about my family leaving. It’s about my bandmates. It’s about looking at myself in the fucking face and saying, ‘Dude, you’re going to have to do this because nobody else is coming.’”
The full interview can be found in the brand new issue of Metal Hammer magazine which is on sale now.
Five Finger Death Punch fans are in for a treat as the issue also comes with four 5FDP beer mats, a sticker pack and a double-sided poster.
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Five Finger Death Punch, Megadeth & Bad Wolves 2020 tour
Jan 14: Kiev Palace Of Sports, Ukraine **
Jan 16: Moscow Adrenaline Stadium, Russia **
Jan 18: St. Petersburg A2, Russia **
Jan 20: Helsinki Hartwell Arena, Finland
Jan 22: Stockholm Hovet, Sweden
Jan 23: Oslo Spektrum, Norway
Jan 24: Copenhagen Royal Arena, Denmark
Jan 26: Amsterdam AFAS Live, Netherlands
Jan 28: Paris Zenith, France
Jan 30: Cardiff Arena, UK
Jan 31: London Wembley Arena, UK
Feb 03: Berlin Max-Schmeling Halle, Germany
Feb 04: Hamburg Sporthalle, Germany
Feb 06: Frankfurt Festhalle, Germany
Feb 08: Oberhausen Koenig-Pilsener Arena, Germany
Feb 09: Stuttgart Schleyerhalle, Germany
Feb 10: Munich Olympiahalle, Germany
Feb 12: Warsaw Torwar, Poland
Feb 14: Prague Tipsport Arena, Czech Republic
Feb 16: Milan Alcatrazz, Italy
Feb 17: Zurich Hallenstadion, Switzerland
Feb 19: Vienna Stadthalle, Austria
Feb 20: Budapest Sportarena, Hungary
** 5FDP headline show without Megadeth and Bad Wolves