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Five Finger Death Punch – A Decade of Destruction Review

Label: Eleven Seven Music

Genre: Modern Metal

Release Date EU: December 1st, 2017



  1. Trouble (new song)
  2. Gone Away (new song)
  3. Lift Me Up
  4. Wash It All Away
  5. Bad Company
  6. Under And Over It
  7. Wrong Side Of Heaven
  8. House Of The Rising Sun
  9. I Apologize
  10. The Bleeding
  11. Jekyll And Hyde
  12. Remember Everything
  13. Coming Down
  14. My Nemesis
  15. Battle Born
  16. Far From Home


Right before Christmas and perfectly synced with the current European tour Five Finger Death Punch ships a “Best of…” album to the record stores. “A Decade of Destruction” comprises 16 songs, covering one decade of modern metal from California. 5FDP premiered in 2007 with a longplayer entitled “The Way of the Fist”; a disc that included “The Bleeding” which is part of this compilation too. Next, in this rearview, the record also includes songs from the latest album and everything in-between.

In order to also add something extra for true fans of the band, the guys recorded two new songs for this album. “Trouble” is the opener and it’s a pushing metal track that comes with a melodic chorus, a heavy riff, and a pounding drum-line. 5FDP recently faced quite some trouble with a negative peak during the show in Tilburg. This new song feels like a coming to terms with this experience, starting a next 5FDP chapter.

It’s “Gone Away” which is the other new song, following the opener. The band kept this number at a moderate pace. A melancholic vibe is embedded, shifting the sound more towards alternative metal. The tune is slowly building up towards the chorus but stays in the general pattern of a dark rock song that has some hit potential.

“A Decade of Destruction” is a typical “Best of…” album that at least adds some extra by two new songs that are probably interesting for fans of Five Finger Death Punch.


Written by: Markus Wiedenmann




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