Five Finger Death Punch have revealed they’re going to be pretty busy in the studio for most of the rest of 2021, recording their ninth album and follow-up to last year’s ‘F8’.
Not only this, but the band also intend to re-record their 2007 debut album, ‘The Way Of The Fist’, in celebration of its 15th anniversary next year.
Guitarist Zoltan Bathory confirmed the news via his Facebook page in a video showcasing his car ahead of the Corsa Rally.
“…Right after the Rally, we are heading to the studio to begin recording our new album (due in 2022) – and later this summer we are also planning to re-record our 1st album – ‘The Way Of The Fist’ – (which turns 15 years old next year) It was a truly self produced DIY album, mostly recorded in my living room, so we thought it would be really interesting to hear it with a proper big production🤘
Whaddaya’ think? ‘The Bleeding’, ‘Ashes’, ‘Salvation’, ‘The Way Of The Fist'”
More details surrounding the band’s forthcoming ninth studio album and the re-recorded version of ‘The Way Of The Fist’ (both expected in 2022) will be confirmed as they develop.