Hear Five Finger Death Punch’s New Mosh-Pit Anthem “Full Circle”

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Late last year, Las Vegas groove-metal juggernaut Five Finger Death Punch dropped the symphonically-appended lead single “Inside Out” off their forthcoming eighth album, the concisely titled F8. Today (January 3rd), the band have followed it up with a second single, “Full Circle,” a more characteristic number with just the kind of chugging riffage and sing-along choruses with which the quintet have made its name.

“We had an extremely successful, yet tumultuous couple of years as a band,” guitarist Zoltan Bathory commented of F8 when the LP was first announced. “We didn’t just weather the storm but came out on the other side better than ever. It was a focused sober group recording, our most important album to date and without a question it shows. This album represents rebirth, progression, transcendence both personally and musically.” Vocalist Ivan Moody added: “This record to me is ‘absolution’ — everything I’ve done in my life has led up to this moment.”

F8 is the follow-up to 2018’s And Justice for None and is due out February 28th via Better Noise Music. Fans who pre-order the LP digitally will receive an instant download of “Inside Out,” along with two other as-yet-unspecified new tracks before the record’s street date. Stream “Full Circle” below, and check out the album’s full track listing, as well as FFDP’s 2020 North American tour dates.

F8 track listing:
Inside Out
Full Circle
Living The Dream
A Little Bit Off
Bottom Of The Top
To Be Alone
Mother May I (Tic Toc)
Darkness Settles In
This Is War
Leave It All Behind
Scar Tissue
Brighter Side Of Grey
Making Monsters (BONUS)
Death Punch Therapy (BONUS)
Inside Out (Radio Edit) (BONUS)

Five Finger Death Punch 2020 U.S. tour dates:
4/8 – Sunrise, FL // BB&T Center
4/10 – Duluth, GA // Infinite Energy Center
4/11 – Pelham, AL // Oak Mountain Amphitheater
4/13 – San Antonio, TX // AT&T Center
4/14 – Ft. Worth, TX // Dickies Arena
4/16 – Houston, TX // Toyota Center
4/18 – Phoenix, AZ // Talking Stick Resort Arena
4/19 – San Diego, CA // Viejas Arena
4/21 – Los Angeles, CA // The Forum
4/23 – Tacoma, WA // Tacoma Dome
4/25 – Portland, OR // Veteran Memorial Coliseum
4/27 – Morrison, CO // Red Rocks Amphitheatre
4/29 – Kansas City, MO // Sprint Center
5/3 – Baltimore, MD // Royal Farms Arena
5/5 – Worcester, MA // DCU Center
5/6 – Newark, NJ // Prudential Center
5/8 – Cincinnati, OH // Heritage Bank Center
5/12 – Detroit, MI // Little Caesars Arena
5/14 – Pittsburgh, PA // PPG Paints Center
5/15 – Camden, NJ // BB&T Pavilion
5/17 – Nashville, TN // Bridgestone Arena
5/19 – Rosemont, IL // Allstate Arena
5/20 – St. Paul, MN // Xcel Energy Center