FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH road tech Arthur Seay (ak.a. Artie Love), who also has his own band HOUSE OF BROKEN PROMISES, was interviewed on October 6, 2010 during FFDP's current U.S. tour with GODSMACK. You can now watch the chat below.On November, 23 all die-hard knuckleheads can rejoice: FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH's debut album, "The Way Of The Fist", will be reissued as a deluxe box set. "The Way Of The Fist: Iron Fist Edition" celebrates the landmark album for the metal genre that has sold over 425,000 copies and continues to scan over 1,000 copies a week three years after its original release. The "Iron Fist Edition" box set features the original 13 album tracks with all-new artwork, a brand new in-depth documentary DVD, "The Legend of The Fist Vol. 1", (featuring never-before seen footage and interviews spanning FIVE FINGER's career), a bonus CD with 11 B-sides and rarities, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH trading cards, and an exclusive poster and calendar. Meanwhile, this October FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH continues its hard rock dominance on a massive tour with GODSMACK. "The Oracle 2010" tour is easily one of the most exciting events to come along this year as these two rock titans unite for the first time. FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH tour dates kicked off Friday, October 1, and will run through November 5. In addition to a new tour and new deluxe version of their first album, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH has a new single at radio. After the success of "Bad Company" — which peaked at #2 on the Active Rock charts and has been a Top 5 track for over two months — FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH has released their newest single from "War Is The Answer": "Far From Home". As a track that has special meaning to the band, "Far From Home" has already gotten an incredibly positive reaction at radio, and will be sure to ride the charts all fall. "Far From Home" is the fourth single off the hit album "War Is The Answer", which has sold over 325,000 copies to date and debuted at #7 on the Billboard chart.
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