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Five Finger Death Punch on the right side of success with Wrong Side of Heaven

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Five Finger Death Punch are flying high on the wings of the Wrong Side of Heaven,” the first part of of a double CD set, which was released in August.

“Well it dFive Finger Death Punch come to Lethbridge, Sept. 23. Photo Submittedebuted at number 2 so I’m guessing response has been been positive,” said drummer Jeremy Spencer  from the Eugene, Oregon, the first stop on the Wrong Side of Heaven Tour which comes to the Enmax Centre on Sept 23.

Escape the Fate, Miss May I, Gemini Syndrome and Persist are also on the bill.

Wrong Side of Heaven, Righteous Side of Hell Volume 1 was released July 30.
 Volume 2 will be released on Nov. 19.

“Basically we got writing and ended up with 24 or 25 songs. We didn’t want to cut any, so we decided to release a double album, but stagger the releases rather than releasing them all at once because that’s a lot of information to release at the same time,” he continued.

 He noted there is no set songwriting formula for the band.
 Though it has only began, they are enjoying the tour.

“It’s only been the first day of the tour and last night’s show was sold out,” he said.
“ The show is pretty energetic. You have to be there, because it is a big ball of chaos,” he described.

“We’re going to focus on all of our records. We don’t just want to play new stuff, people paid to hear the songs they know. So it’s pretty balanced between new music and old music,” he said. 

 He couldn’t remember if they had played Lethbridge before, though they thought they might have been here back in 2010.
“This tour is all smaller gigs,” he said adding as they were part of Mayhemfest 2013, they aren”t allowed to play near any of the cities it went to.

 He noted life on the road is pretty laid back.

“It’s really mellow. We have several tour buses, so if someone wants to tear it up, they can. But I’ve done all that and then some,” he said.

Tickets for the show cost between $39.50 or $49.50. The show begins at the Enmax Centre at 6:30 p.m.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Thursday, 19 September 2013 14:46 )  
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