With nine full-length albums, Five Finger Death Punch sold millions and received gold/platinum certifications as well as many awards throughout its almost two-decade career. While getting varying views from the fans, six of the band’s heaviest songs settled in the list of its most-listened ones on Spotify. So, here’s a breakdown of these tracks for you!
6. ‘House Of The Rising Sun’
With 153,734,875 Spotify streams, ‘House Of The Rising Sun’ is a track from the band’s 2013 album, ‘The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Volume 2.’ This song offers a modern interpretation of a traditional folk piece with pronounced riffs and vocals.
5. ‘Lift Me Up’ feat. Rob Halford
Featured in the same 2013 album, ‘Lift Me Up’ came out as a collaboration with Judas Priest’s Rob Halford and included his vocals in the second verse. With the combination of two guitarists’ low-end parts and Ivan Moody’s vocals, the song received 178,604,068 views on the platform.
4. ‘Wash It All Away’
Moody once counted this track as one of his favorites from 2015’s ‘Got Your Six.’ It also is a fan favorite with a pop chorus contrasting the heavy metal nature of lyrics and vocals. So, ‘Wash It All Away’ has 200,241,469 Spotify streams.
3. ‘Jekyll And Hyde’
With 280,553,229 Spotify plays, ‘Jekyll And Hyde’ from the 2015 album mixes thematic lyrics with a forceful sound. It includes a verse Moody sang through voicemail at the beginning, along with Jason Hook’s guitar beneath it.
2. ‘Bad Company’
‘Bad Company’ from the 2009 ‘War Is the Answer’ album has reached 319,441,988 views on Spotify. After its release, the track became a ‘fan anthem,’ especially with the addition of riffs and melodic leads throughout the years. It is one of the songs Five Finger Death Punch played the most on stage.
1. ‘Wrong Side Of Heaven’
Leading the list with 328,765,970 Spotify streams is ‘Wrong Side Of Heaven,’ a track from their 2013 double album. This song touches on the mental state of military personnel returning from war with different patterns, grooves, and samples from previous records. It also marks the band’s shift to a more modern and experimental era.