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Five Finger Death Punch Debut New Song “Under And Over It”

Five Finger Death Punch have debuted their brand new track “Under And Over It” online via Revolvermag.com. The song will appear on the bands forthcoming album “American Capitalist“, which will now make its way to stores on October 11th through Prospect Park.

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  • RhiNo

    HA! You don’t even have to listen to this. Just click the link and see the lack of variation in the audio file. Plain.. boring and lame lyrics, as expected! At least they are consistently bad.

  • Vautour

    RhiNo has got to be the worst troll ever.

  • Turtlestlker

    He is right….it does suck.

  • mongolianchopsquad

    Instrumentally, it’s quite listenable…However, with Ivan Moody’s vocals which lack in variation, emotion and pretty much everything that is necessary to make good music…The song does suck. Moody seems to be getting worse every time…I mean he wasn’t that great to begin with, but I remember listening to Motograter and he certainly wasn’t as bad as he is now.

  • shnk666

    Awesome! More dumb-fuck athems to pump up the masses of idiots that actually think this music has value.

  • Aggroculture

    sounds like Mushroomhead on the verses and Fall Out Boy on the chorus. In other words: an abortion.

  • http://myspace.com/humboldtrock the hidden agenda

    At first I thought the title of the song was “Over It”, I guess that sums it up nicely.

  • D. Ron Hubbard

    Nothing I could ever say would degrade this band as much as their music already does.

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