Horror-thriller feature The Retaliators, from Better Noise Films, producers of The Dirt, and US distributor CineLife Entertainment, alongside international distributor Trafalgar Releasing, are releasing the independent feature film across North America and in theaters internationally, in countries such as UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Australia, and Argentina, simultaneously.
After much teasing on social media, Five Finger Death Punch has shared their highly stylized music video for their song “Living The Dream” from their recent album F8 (Better Noise Music). Shot in Los Angeles, CA last month, the satirical Zombie Apocalypse/pandemic/patriotic allegory treatment was directed by guitarist and FFDP founder Zoltan Bathory, which you can see below. Continue reading →
Five Finger Death Punch (FFDP) released their new album F8 (Better Noise) right as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic took hold of the world. The band filmed their new video for “A Little Bit Off” in their hometown of Las Vegas. The normally swarming with people was deserted during the lockdown. Watch the clip right now.
Five Finger Death Punch who had a hit with a cover of Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s first charting song ‘Blue on Black’ has re-recorded the song in a special new Country-fied version. Joining FFDP is Shepherd, Queen legend Dr. Brian May, Country Music star Brantley Gilbert. Mixed by frequent FFDP collaborator Kevin Churko (Ozzy Osbourne, Shania Twain, Disturbed). You can purchase and stream ‘Blue On Black’ today worldwide via Prospect Park (North America) and Eleven Seven Music (ex. North America). The artists also premiered an official music video for how they made the track, which you can watch now. The artists and their respective labels are donating all proceeds from the collaboration to the Gary Sinise Foundation, which honors America’s defenders, veterans, first responders, their families and those in need.Continue reading →
Five Finger Death Punch, who just wrapped up a massive world tour, has released a new music video. The clip is for their cover of Kenny Wayne Sheppard Bands’ cover of ‘Blue On Black’, originally released in 1998. The clip was directed by Dale “Rage” Resteghini from a treatment written by guitarist Zoltan Bathory. The track comes from their recent album And Justice For None, out now on Eleven Seven Records/Prospect Park. Continue reading →
Rockers Five Finger Death Punch have shared a new video for their smash active rock single ‘When The Seasons Change’. Written by guitarist Zoltan Bathory, the clip is dedicated to those police officers and first responders around the world who selflessly put their lives on the line every day, among them a hometown hero of the band, fallen army veteran and Las Vegas police officer Charleston Hartfield, who lost his life in the 2017 Las Vegas mass shooting using his own body to shield and save others from the hail of bullets.Continue reading →
Chart-topping metal band Bad Wolves have received a Platinum record in the USA for their runaway hit “Zombie”, a cover of The Cranberries 1993 classic. Notably, the band is the first rock band to reach platinum for a 2018 release and the first since Imagine Dragons in 2017. The plaque was presented to Bad Wolves by their co-manager, Zoltan Bathory (Five Finger Death Punch), Eleven Seven Label Group CEO Allen Kovac, and promoters Larry and Fred Frank of Frank Productions/Live Nation prior to their set at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, NJ. Normally at Ghost Cult, we don’t pay attention to charts, popularity or what a band sells, but this is a momentous moment for a metal band, and all the proceeds (over #$250,000 USD) from the single have gone to the children of singer Dolores O’Riordan, for whom the track is dedicated. Continue reading →
Riding high on a wave of successful hits and tours, Bad Wolves has announced their first ever European tour, alongside of active rock band Three Days Grace. Tickets are on sale now from See Tickets. Watch a trailer for the tour below. Continue reading →
If there is one phrase that is certain to make your humble scribe’s blood boil, then it is that oft-used lazy epithet, “guilty pleasure”. This particular phrase became common currency at the start of the 21st Century to describe records and artists that, despite not being held in high regard by the so-called taste police were still liked by lots and lots of people. Popular music in its truest sense. Continue reading →
On the heels of their successful European tour with In Flames, Five Finger Death Punch have given us an early Christmas present. They have dropped their new music video for their current single, a cover of The Offspring’s ‘Gone Away’. Continue reading →