Five Finger Death Punch Debut Video for "Remember Everything"
This morning, Five Finger Death Punch debuted their new music video for "Remember Everything" at usatoday.com.
"We're tired of band videos where all you see is musicians playing in some random church or out in a desert," frontman Ivan Moody told USA Today. "We thought this song deserved something with more taste and passion to it."
The video reflects the song's theme about the effects of generational patterns of emotional abuse, with each band member making a brief cameo. That's guitarist Jason Hook driving the Pontiac GTO away from a wedding. Moody plays a soldier; drummer Jeremy Spencer can be spotted at a barbecue. Guitarist Zoltan Bathory and bassist Chris Kael appear together in a hospital scene.
The song, already a Top 5 track at Active Rock, is the second single from the band's latest album, American Capitalist. American Capitalist debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard album chart. The band will be on tour around the world all summer long.
Watch the clip here:
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