FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH: New Video Interview With JEREMY SPENCER Posted Online

Bring The Noise conducted an interview with drummer Jeremy Spencer of Los Angeles metallers FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH when the band played the Camden Electric Ballroom in the U.K. on November 27, 2009 with SHADOWS FALL. Watch the chat below.

FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH cancelled several shows in Germany and Sweden last month because guitarist Zoltan Bathory was "violently ill . . . with nausea and vertigo."

The band performed on November 18, 2009 at John Dee in Oslo, Norway as a four-piece as a result of Zoltan's illness.

"Dying Breed", the opening track to FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH's latest album, "War Is The Answer", has just been released as a digital single. It also features "Succubus", a bonus track previously unreleased and taken from the sessions for "The Way Of The Fist", the band’s debut album. A demo version of the song found its way online a few years ago and, due to popular demand, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH recently remixed and remastered it.


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