A photo of FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH's Zoltan Bathory and Jason Hook behind the scenes from the BandFuse taping in Hollywood, California last week can be seen below.

BandFuse: Rock Legends, a new interactive gaming experience that connects real guitars and microphones to your game console, will be released later this year and will feature FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH's song "The Bleeding".

BandFuse: Rock Legends provides a “pick-up-and-play” experience. Whether you have never held a guitar before, or you are already playing in a band, BandFuse will have you rockin' with your favorite songs in minutes.

Realta has been licensing a massive collection of hit songs from today's top bands, and classic rock 'n' roll artists, including COLDPLAY, SLASH, LYNYRD SKYNYRD, JUDAS PRIEST and MAROON 5, to name just a few.

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BandFuse connects real guitars and microphones to your game console, unleashing a full band experience for players of all skill levels.

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