Los Angeles-based multi-platinum hard rock band, Five Finger Death Punch have  revealed that they will be releasing a greatest hits album, A Decade of Destruction, on December 1st. The compilation will include two new tracks – the first new music the band has released in over 2 years, as well as 14 classic FFDP hits. Pre-order the collection now!

In celebration with this announcement, the rock juggernauts have released one of the new tracks from the album, titled “Trouble.” It’s available via iTunes, Spotify and Apple Music.

Or you can check out the official lyric video below:

Want some brand new Five Finger Death Punch tunes? Fear not, Five Finger Death Punch have also confirmed they are also bringing out a full-length studio album in Spring 2018 via Prospect Park Records in North America and Eleven Seven Music internationally. The album follows their critically acclaimed 2015 chart-topping hit album Got Your Six, which featured the US #1 single “Wash It All Away” and was certified gold in 2016.

The band is currently preparing to embark on the biggest European arena rock tour of Autumn 2017, wrapping up in the UK just before Christmas. They’ll be on the road co-headlining with In Flames and special guests Of Mice & Men. Full tour routing can be found below. For more information, tickets, and VIP offerings, go to www.fivefingerdeathpunch.com.

Check out the artwork and track listing for ‘A decade of destruction’ below:

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A Decade Of Destruction Track Listing

1. Trouble
2. Gone Away
3. Lift Me Up
4. Wash It All Away
5. Bad Company
6. Under And Over It
7. Wrong Side Of Heaven
8. House Of The Rising Sun
9. I Apologize
10. The Bleeding
11. Jekyll And Hyde
12. Remember Everything
13. Coming Down
14. My Nemesis
15. Battle Born
16. Far From Home

EUROPEAN TOUR DATES
11/9 – Moscow, Russia – Stadium Live  (FFDP only)

11/12 – St. Petersburg, Russia – A2 Arena (FFDP only)

11/14 – Helsinki, Finland – Hartwell Arena

11/16 – Gothenburg, Sweden – Scandinavium
11/17 – Stockholm  Sweden   Ericsson Globe
11/18 – Oslo, Norway – Spektrum
11/20 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena
11/21 – Hamburg, Germany – Barclaycard Arena
11/22 – Berlin, Germany – Velodrome
11/24 – Oberhausen, Germany – KP Arena
11/26 –  Prague, Czech Republic – Forum Karlin
11/28 – Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
11/29 – Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle
11/30 – Padova, Italy – Geox Theatre
12/2 – Stuttgart, Germany – HMH Schleyerhalle
12/4 – Paris, France – Olympia
12/5 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg  – Rockhal
12/6 – Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
12/8 –  Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle
12/11 –  Madrid, Spain – Wizink Centre
12/12 – Barcelona, Spain – Sant Jordi Club
12/14 – Antwerp, Belgium – Lotto
12/15 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS Live
12/17 – Birmingham, UK  – BCA
12/18 –  Glasgow, UK – Hydro
12/20 –  Leeds, UK  – Leeds Arena
12/21 –  London, UK –  Wembley Arena