Five Finger Death Punch has been working on a new album, and if guitarist Zoltan Bathory is to be believed, you'd best prepare yourself for heavy riffs.
In a recent video from the band's ongoing behind-the-scenes series, Bathory teased that the guitars on the album sound "nasty."
"For some reason, the music is kind of shifting back to that heavier side," he said. "And, man, I'm really, really curious to see how it's gonna turn out, because...Wow! I'm very, very happy with what's happening."
Bathory added that the new material reminded him of Five Finger's 2007 debut, The Way of the Fist, and the band's sophomore follow-up, 2009's War Is the Answer.
The most recent Death Punch album is 2018's And Justice for None. It features the singles "Sham Pain" and "When the Seasons Change," as well as a cover of Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band's "Blue on Black," which currently sits at number one on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs chart.
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