Five Finger Death Punch's "And Justice For None" Album Art

Five Finger Death Punch Look To Have Borrowed Art For New Album, Cover May Be Censored In Certain Countries (Updated)


Update – March 13th, 2018 – 12:35pm:

Five Finger Death Punch‘s camp have contacted and confirmed that that their label Prospect Park licensed the original design from Spiral for usage on the deluxe edition of the album

Original Story:

If the cover art for the deluxe edition of Five Finger Death Punch‘s new album “And Justice For None” looks familiar to you, it may be because you’ve already seen what appears to have been in the inspiration for it. MetalSucks note the artwork on the below poster, which is available for purchase through Amazon, clearly served as the original inspiration for the cover art. The design appears to have originally been licensed by Spiral—who are also selling shirts and such with the same design.

It is unclear as to whether or not the design was properly licensed before being altered with Five Finger Death Punch imagery for use on the deluxe edition of “And Justice For None“—though one would hope so given that the group just got out of a legal battle.

Interestingly this isn’t the only controversy surrounding the album’s artwork as the band’s guitarist Zoltan Bathory stated that some countries in Europe are considering censoring the standard edition artwork of the album. He tweeted of that:

And Justice For None” Deluxe Edition Cover Art:
Five Finger Death Punch - And Justice For None (Deluxe Edition)

Spiral Assassin Design
Spiral Assassin Design

And Justice For None” Standard Edition Cover Art:
Five Finger Death Punch - And Justice For None (Standard Edition)

And Justice For None” is set for a May 18th release date with details available here.