The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volume 1 [2 CD Deluxe Edition][Explicit] Explicit Lyrics
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Five Finger Death Punch didn't take the easy road on their fourth and fifth albums, The Wrong Side of Heaven and The Righteous Side of Hell Vol. 1 & 2 [Prospect Park/EMI]. The gold-selling, chart-topping Las Vegas quintet Ivan Moody [vocals], Zoltan Bathory [guitar], Jeremy Spencer [drums], Jason Hook [guitar], and Chris Kael [bass] fire off their most enigmatic, engaging, and empowering salvos yet. Open up your mind, raise your fist, and dive into The Wrong Side of Heaven and The Righteous Side of Hell Vol. 1. Includes second disc with 15 live tracks and coupon for online redemption of a FREE t-shirt!
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Wrong Side has been constructed very well, with guest vocalists Rob Halford of Judas Priest, Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed and Tech N9ne. Lift Me Up is an excellent opening track that starts the album off with a bang, and Halford's sound is as solid as ever in this track. Wrong Side of Heaven is a little slower in tempo, but carries some of Ivan Moody's most inspired vocals. Though Burn MF may be more what people want to hear, (a little repetitive and mindless for me, but still not bad) it's on the title track, and others like it, that I feel he really shines.
I.M.Sin is another knockout song with fast guitar licks and excellent visceral vocals, and Dot Your Eyes, though it sounds kinda corny on the first couple of listens, doesn't fail to get me pumped. The cover of Mama Said Knock You Out is unexpected, but welcome, and Tech N9ne helps give a little bit of legitimacy to a metal band covering a rap song. The album truly ends with Diary of a Deadman, a song featuring excellent downtempo guitars and Moody, not screaming or singing, but speaking the vocals as if literally reading from a diary aloud. A departure from their usual work, but a fine effort.
After Diary, the album repeats what it perceives as its three heavist hitters with guest vocals: I.M.Sin with Max Cavalera (en Español), Anywhere but Here with Maria Brink, and Dot Your Eyes featuring Jamey Jasta. From start to finish, Wrong Side (volume 1) is an exceptional Deathpunch album, and I can't wait until later this year when volume 2 drops.
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