Five Finger Death Punch surveys its career to this point with today's (December 1) release of A Decade Of Destruction, a best-of compilation that features one new song, "Trouble," and a version of the Offspring's "Gone Away."
The album is part of a contractual agreement with FFDP's current label, Prospect Park, and guitarist Jason Hook tells us it shows how much quality product the group has put out since its first album was released a decade ago:
"I think we're kind of over-achievers by nature. We can’t sit still. I think we have a problem; Even when we have time off there's no time off. We're just doing stuff all the time...That's one of the things I really love about this band is we're just motivated to keep grinding and it's not work. It's just what we do."
FFDP plans to release a new studio album -- its first since 2015's Got Your Six -- during 2018 to fulfill it's contract with Prospect Park before moving to Rise Records.
FFDP is currently on tour in Europe.
Gary Graff is an award-winning music journalist who not only covers music but has written books on Bob Seger, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen