Five Finger Death Punch Scores Top 5 Chart Debut with ‘And Justice for None’


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‘And Justice for None’ has earned Five Finger Death Punch another top five debut on the Billboard 200 chart

Congratulations are in order, as Five Finger Death Punch has scored another chart-topper with their new album, “And Justice for None.” The record has entered the Billboard¬†200¬†inside the chart’s top five. “And Justice for None,” which marks the seventh studio album from the Las Vegas hard rockers, debuted at No. four on the chart, pushing 71,000 equivalent album units, 60,000 of which were good, old-fashioned album sales.

“And Justice for None” marks Five Finger Death Punches fifth studio album to score a Billboard 200 top five position. Previously, the band’s 2015 release, “Got Your Fist,” and 2013 two-volume release, “The Wrong Side of Heaven” and “The Righteous Side of Hell,” all hit No. two on the chart. The group’s 2011 record, “American Capitalist,” hit No. three.

“And Justice for None” features the single “Sham Pain,” which has become a regular on rock radio, as well as the guys’ popular cover of the Offspring’s “Gone Away.” The group will embark on a major tour this summer to promote the new tunes, and the main trek is a co-headlining tour with Breaking Benjamin, which sets off in July.

Meanwhile, Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Jason Hook recently produced the film documentary “Hired Gun,” which puts the spotlight on session and touring musicians that are hired by famed bands and artists such as Alice Cooper, Metallica, KISS and Billy Joel. The film is available on DVD/Blu-Ray, digitally on various platforms and certain on-demand cable services. For more information on the film, head to the movie’s official website at

Anne Erickson
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