Five Finger Death Punch Release Pummeling New Song, ‘Trouble’ – Review


Story by Anne Erickson

Surprise! Hear a new Five Finger Death Punch song

Well, here’s a nice surprise for Five Finger Death Punch fans. Early Friday morning (Oct. 27), the Las Vegas-based hard rockers unleashed a new song, “Trouble.” Listen to the tune via the YouTube player below.

“Trouble” sees the guys embracing their heavy, more rhythmic sound, with crunchy guitars, pummeling drums and frontman Ivan Moody’s thick, powerful vocals. It’s definitely a tune that’s more like Five Finger Death Punch’s “Under and Over It” than their softer, melodic ballads, such as “The Bleeding.”

“I don’t look for trouble, trouble looks for me / That’s how it always been, that’s how it’s gonna be / Looking down on you, you’re looking up to me / I’ve never saw it coming / You’ve never saw me / I can’t explain who I am,” Moody sings as the song kicks off to a rallying start.

Five Finger Death Punch recently dropped the news that they have settled a dispute with their record label, Prospekt Park, and will release a greatest hits album by the end of the year.

The guys also announced via a tweet that their new album of original music will arrive in the spring of 2018, tweeting, “Lawsuit settled, greatest hits +2 new songs in December, new album this spring. What a better way to start the week.”

Five Finger Death Punch is currently eyeing a handful of overseas tour dates, including stops in Russia, Finland Sweden, Norway and Denmark starting in November.

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