16 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Five Finger Death Punch's seventh album is a triumphant return of sorts: It comes off a rocky period in which it looked like the band might split up—maybe even on stage. Vocalist Ivan Moody seems to address his public meltdowns defiantly over the meaty power grooves of leadoff track “Trouble” and with humor on the catchy rap-rock kiss-off “Sham Pain.” The tone shifts considerably with the uplifting acoustic ballad “When the Seasons Change” and an emotional cover of The Offspring’s 1997 meditation in mourning, “Gone Away.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Five Finger Death Punch's seventh album is a triumphant return of sorts: It comes off a rocky period in which it looked like the band might split up—maybe even on stage. Vocalist Ivan Moody seems to address his public meltdowns defiantly over the meaty power grooves of leadoff track “Trouble” and with humor on the catchy rap-rock kiss-off “Sham Pain.” The tone shifts considerably with the uplifting acoustic ballad “When the Seasons Change” and an emotional cover of The Offspring’s 1997 meditation in mourning, “Gone Away.”

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