Five Finger Death Punch

Five Finger Death Punch, Bad Wolves, Nothing More & The HU Land New Gold/Platinum Certifications In The United States


Several artists from the Better Noise Music roster have landed new gold/platinum certifications in the United States. The RIAA has officially handed down several new certs, with Five Finger Death Punch, Bad Wolves, The HU and Nothing More among the recipients.

First up is Bad Wolves‘ 2018 cover of The Cranberries‘ 1994 hit “Zombie“, has newly attained 3x multi-platinum status. It had previously been certified platinum back in August of 2018. “Hear Me Now” (feat. Diamante) from Bad Wolves‘ 2018 debut album “Disobey” has also notched up a new gold certification.

Next up, radio metal mainstays Five Finger Death Punch added another platinum single to their collection in their 2020 single “A Little Bit Off“. That track previously went gold in July of 2021.

Outside of that, alternative rockers Nothing More landed their first certification in the United States with their GRAMMY-nominated 2017 single “Go To War” officially going gold. Mongolian folk metallers The HU also scored up their first gold record in the U.S. as well, with their 2019 track “Wolf Totem” taking the honors.

A platinum album/single in the United States represents 1,000,000 units, while gold signifies 500,000 units. Outside of traditional physical/digital sales, the certifications factor in digital streams/downloads with 10 permanent track downloads counting as 1 unit and 1500 on-demand audio/video streams from a particular album also counting as as a unit.

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