Five Finger Death Punch fight for Justice
One of heavy metals biggest bands, Five Finger Death Punch, returned this year with another anthemic album. The American rock quintet, hailing from Las Vegas, followed up on 2015’s Got Your Six with their seventh studio album, And Justice for None. After a tumultuous couple of years – which saw walk-outs whilst on tour, and lead singer Ivan Moody check into rehab – they’ve regrouped and returned to their raging best. The album explores their past issues whilst delivering fans another collection of iconic metal tunes.
To celebrate the release, we worked with Eleven Seven on a huge takeover of our Blackfriars site – and the longest Five Finger Death Punch poster in the world. The artwork looked incredible, with bespoke creative for new songs and an accessible Spotify and Apple Music scan for each, making sure passersby could listen to the new material with ease. There was even an outline of a figure rocking out for fans to have their picture taken with, making it a truly interactive experience.
We were excited to see the band promote the poster on their Twitter and Instagram, receiving over 13k likes. Fans in London are encouraged to head down to the site and post their most creative shot of the takeover on their social media for a chance to win the band’s catalogue on vinyl, as well as a year’s subscription to Spotify and Apple Music.
Find out more about the new album here.