Five Finger Death Punch release second video from ‘Got Your Six’

This Five Finger Death Punch article was written by Viktor Balchikliev, a GIGsoup contributor

American metal band Five Finger Death Punch have released a second video from their new album ‘Got Your Six’ that came out in September this year. The music clip is for ‘Wash It All Away’ and features live footage from a recent FFDP’s concert at Mohegun Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conecticut. It is directed by Wayne Isham, famous for his work with Metallica, Pantera, Godsmack, Avenged Sevenfold, and many more.

The video perfectly captures the contagious energy of the band’s live shows which has become something of a trademark. The clever shooting and editing reflect the charge and dedication of Five Finger Death Punch, as well as their highly visual performances, with an abundance of fire and light effects. ‘Wash It All Away’ sees the loyal fans raging and moshing in front of one of the leading bands in the contemporary metal scene.

‘Wash It All Away’ comes out from Five Finger Death Punch’s sixth studio album ‘Got Your Six’ as a second video after ‘Jeckyl and Hyde’. The album almost 120,000 copies in its first week and peaked at #2 at US Billboard 200, #1 in US Hard Rock Albums and US Rock Albums charts. In Europe ‘Got Your Six’ also achieved major success reaching #3 in Finland, #5 in Germany and #6 in the UK album charts.

The Las Vegas-based metal band has just finished their US tour and immediately started their European tour in Helsinki, Finland. Five Finger Death Punch hit the SSE Arena, Wembley in London, UK on 28 November 2015 with Papa Roach, Devil You Know and As Lions. Tickets are now on sale.

‘Got Your Six’ is out now via Prospect Park.

Five Finger Death Punch release second video from 'Got Your Six'