L.A. rockers Five Finger Death Punch brought their balls to the wall rock and roll show pulling out all the stops Tuesday October 8th halfway through their North American tour. Riding high on the success of their most recent release “The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volume 1”, they played to a sold out house, filled top to bottom with Detroit fans ready to rip the place apart and let loose.

With a setlist geared mostly to tracks from the latest release they incited the crowd in to a nonstop frenzy of moshing, chanting and overall rock and roll debauchery, even tossing in a cover of LL Cool J’s “Mama Said Knock You Out”.

Opening acts Gemini Syndrome came out strong in support of their new album “LUX”, followed by Miss May I and Escape The Fate, all of whom pumped the crowds adrenaline level up notch by notch under the roof was ready to explode when Five Finger Death Punch took the stage. Detroit always loves a good rock show and this night was no exception, in fact, it went above and beyond the norm.

National Rock Review’s Nate Michayluk conducted a pre-show interview with Brian and AP of Gemini Syndrome before the show as well.

 

Five Finger Death Punch

Escape The Fate

Gemini Syndrome

About The Author

Chris was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan and he is the head photographer, owner and founder of Chris Lawrence Photography. He spent most of his life in construction, until he picked up a camera for the first time two years ago photographing the local music scene. He is also employed with Real Detroit Weekly, and The Detroit Free Press Metromix. Chris has photographed musicians such as Metallica, Korn, and Phil Anselmo.

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