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FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH VIDEO OFFERS SUPPORT FOR TROOPS

Five Finger Death Punch has issued a new video for the song "Wrong Side Of Heaven" in which the band shines a spotlight on the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder and the plight of homeless U.S. military veterans. The clip focuses on a specific group of soldiers and how they adapt once returning home, with varying degrees of success.

Five Finger Death Punch has traveled overseas several times to play shows for U.S. troops, and singer Ivan Moody told us a while back that bringing music to American soldiers stationed far from home is is something he takes very seriously: "They're just so grateful, and so many of them are just sitting around right now and just want to come home and be with their family and friends, so just to sit there and have that connection with them, man -- it made this whole year, whatever happens, you know, down the road or whatever's happened in the past, it made it all worthwhile." to meet with military personnel for a signing, video screening and talk. The band begins its fall tour with Volbeat on September 16th in Salt Lake City.

Watch the Video for "Wrong Side of Heaven"

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