FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Drummer on Greatest Hits Set: "Do We Even Have Enough Hits?"
Well, the rumors were true. Five Finger Death Punch has officially announced a greatest hits album titled A Decade Of Destruction to be out on December 1. The compilation will feature two new songs, "Trouble" which you can hear below and a second song called "Gone Away," alongside all the songs that made the band big over the years.
Funny enough, drummer Jeremy Spencer was recently interviewed by Razor 94.7 and honestly said that when the idea was first pitched to him his response was “I was like ‘Do we even have enough hits?’ And then we looked and we have like 13 or 15 radio hits.” But then, after seeing all their radio hits listed out, he was convinced:
“It just seems like it just started even though it’s been 10 years. We’re always wrapped up in our vacuum in our cocoon of our daily life. So you don’t pay attention to that stuff and now we’re like ‘we have a greatest hits.’ And the label thought it was the right time. So we were like ‘Cool, let’s put some new songs on it though.’ We don’t wanna make… cause people can pretty much… ya know they have the records already. But now this is a cool package with different stuff on it. The artwork’s really rad on it. It’s cool.”
You can pre-order A Decade Of Destruction here, and keep an eye out for the long-awaited new Five Finger Death Punch album to drop sometime in 2018. The band has also uploaded a lyric video for the song "Trouble," as opposed to YouTube just pulling it from various streaming services into its video selection.