FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Collaborate with QUEEN's Brian May For a KENNY WAYNE SHEPARD Cover
Brian May, you and your band Queen have just completed a publicity tour of your Oscar-winning movie, and a sold-out Vegas residency – what's next? Oh, you're lending some bars to a Five Finger Death Punch cover? Okay.
You read that correctly. Today, Five Finger Death Punch released a cover of “Blue on Black,” a 1997 Kenny Wayne Shepard song. Shepard even appears on the new track, as does country singer Brantley Gilbert.
All proceeds from the track sales go to the Gary Sinise Foundation, which “serve[s] our nation by honoring our defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need,” which is nice.
Here's the original: