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The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Vol. 1 (Deluxe Edition)

Five Finger Death Punch

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Album Review

With a title like, The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Vol. 1, it would be easy to think that Five Finger Death Punch had gone off the deep end and decided to release a concept album. Fortunately, the only concept here is that the band went into the studio and felt like they were putting out too much good work to be contained on one album, so they opted to release two records in quick succession. Listening to the first installment, it's hard to argue with their logic. The opening salvo of their sprawling, two-volume work is an incredibly solid album of hard hitting alt-metal that finds the band on a (mostly) inspired run. The best moments on the album come when the band pushes its sound to its most aggressive limits, with "Burn MF" and Dot Your Eyes" both representing the most pit-worthy offerings on the album with their chugging guitars and propulsive, pounding beats. The album also sports an impressive guest list, with metal legend Rob Halford dropping in on the albums opening track, "Lift Me Up," as well as Max Cavalera and Jamey Jasta, who drop in on alternate versions of "I.M. Sin" and "Dot Your Eyes," respectively. The album's most surprising guest appearance comes by way of its biggest misstep, with rapper Tech N9ne dropping a verse on the band's cover of LL Cool J's "Mama Said Knock You Out." Although the song is executed nicely, a rap-metal song on an album in 2013 just feels like a step backward for the band. Given how solid the rest of the album is, it's an easy mistake to overlook, and if the material on The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Vol. 1 is any indicator, it's going to be a pretty good year for Five Finger Death Punch fans.

Customer Reviews

5 star death punch

This album/band has/does everything. (Real)Singing, screaming, rapping, spoken word, sadness, madness, slow, fast, heavy, mellow, solos, and elite guest appearances. I'm still picking up brain fragments from my floor!

Album

These guys are a great band and this is a great album I can't wait to hear more and the follow up album.

YESSS!!!

FFDP are back and they did not disappoint!! Looking forward to the new album!!

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Los Angeles-based thrash outfit Five Finger Death Punch formed in 2005 around the talents of former U.P.O. guitar player Zoltan Bathory, former W.A.S.P. guitarist Darrell Roberts, vocalist Ivan Moody (Motograter/Ghost Machine), bass player Matt Snell (Anubis Rising), and former W.A.S.P. drummer Jeremy Spencer. The underground supergroup's volatile but groove-heavy debut, Way of the Fist, was released in 2007, followed by War Is the Answer in 2009. The following year, bassist Matt Snell parted ways...
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