Album: A Decade Of Destruction (2017)


  • This is one of two new songs recorded by Five Finger Death Punch for their greatest hits collection, A Decade Of Destruction. The other new track included with the set is "Gone Away."
  • Guitarist Zoltan Bathory told The Pulse of Radio that singer Ivan Moody's lyrics for the track were inspired by the vocalist's struggles to stay sober.

    "Ivan is the hand grenade without the, you know [laughs], without the pin, so he wrote the lyrics, obviously, and I think it's about himself, that he is trouble," he explained. "You know, he's straightening out. It's good to see him getting sober, getting straight, and so I guess this song now is in a - now it's a past-tense song."


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