Top 10 Five Finger Death Punch Songs

Five Finger Death Punch Songs

Our top ten Five Finger Death Punch songs look at a band that is one of today’s most popular mainstream metal bands. Hailing from Las Vegas, they have released nine albums since their formation in 2005. Five Finger Death Punch combines various styles that make up a unique mix, all adding to a classic modern metal sound. They combine melody with heaviness fueled by an aggressive style that perfectly accompanies their lyrics, which are often dark in nature, often dealing with real-life hardships that the band has been through in their personal lives. As a result, they have built up a large and loyal following of fans, many of whom are of the younger generation who have grown up with their music.

# 10 – Welcome To The Circus

We open our Five Finger Death Pucks list with the very cool and cranking song Welcome To The Circus. First off, these guys make great videos. They all have a look that would work very well on the silver screen. They should make a movie.  Welcome T0 The Circus was released on the band’s album AfterLife. The dynamic album was released in 2022. This was the album’s opening track.

# 9 – Bad Company

If you’re not familiar with the music of Five Finger Death Punch but are a longtime fan of classic rock, then you know this song. Five Finger Death Puck delivered a stunning remake of Bad Company’s legendary song. Released initially on Bad Company’s debut album in 1975, Five Finger Death Punch’s heavy sound was made for such a well-written song. The band released their remake of the song on the album War Is the Answer. The album was released in 2009.

# 8 – Wrong Side of Heaven

As we continue showcasing our favorite Five Finger Death Punch songs, we present a track taken from the album The Wrong Side of Heaven and The Righteous Side of Hell. Wrong Side of Heaven stands as one of the band’s most poignant recordings. It’s a demonstration of their support for the armed forces. Its video deals with the subject of homeless veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

# 6 – Lift Me Up

Listen to the sound of that guitar at the song’s opening. That’s the sound of perfect metal music, baby. The drums spin around those guitars like a Keith Moon Metal Maniac. Jeremy Spencer is one of the best drummers in the business. The song was released on the album The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Volume 1. It was the album’s opening track. I’m sure the guys in the band were to have Rob Halford of Judas Priest join in on the fun on vocals.

# 5 – Under and Over It

Did You hear about this one?  Five Finger Death Punch fans will get it. Here we have the debut single from American Capitalist. It peaked at number seventy-seven on the Billboard Hot 100. The lyrics show the band’s reaction to all the internet haters and nonsense on the web about the band.

# 4 – Inside Out

How could you not love the way this song opens up? It’s such a dramatic opening. These guys have a real flair for cinematic music. “Inside Out” was the lead single released on the album F8. It was a pretty successful one as it hit the number-one spot on the US Billboard Mainstream Rock charts. Check out the great break in the song at the 2:40 mark. It’s simply killer.

# 3 – Wash It All Away

The minor chord guitar riff at the song’s start will give you chills. There is a heavy Metallica vibe going on here, and we love every second of it. The song was initially released on the Got Your Six album. The album was released in 2015. “Wash It All Away” featured musicians Ivan Moody on vocals, Zoltan Bathory on rhythm guitar, Jason Hook on lead guitar and backing vocals, Chris Kael on bass and vocals on “Got Your Six,” and Jeremy Spencer on drums.

# 2 – Hard To See

What I love about this band is how they have managed to capture the love of classic rock fans and younger fans of the 21st century. It’s because of songs like this. There is just so much energy and passion in this. It’s intense and yet so emotional. Those dual guitar lines at the two-minute mark cut right through you. The song was released on the album War Is The Answer.

# 1 – Blue On Black – feat. Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Brantley Gilbert & Brian May)

We had to close out our list with this incredible collaboration between Five Finger Death Punch Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Brantley Gilbert & Brian May. This video will leave you breathless. The song was written by Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Mark Selby, and Tia Sillers. It was originally released on Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s album Trouble Is… in 1997.  This outstanding collaboration between the four very successful musical acts resulted in a recording for the ages. The musicians donated all the proceeds from the sales of the recording to first responders via the Gary Sinise Foundation.

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