Five Finger Death Punch delivered in the Royal Arena. But their product was worth nothing.

the Band plays popmetal for people who keep more of a pop than metal. You would not far into their pompous show, before it was very difficult to keep out.

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Spradebasserne from Las Vegas are tasteless as their hometown, and in a hugely americanized notion on Amager it felt like to smoke the e-cigarette and eat McDonald’s at a stripbar with silikoneblondiner.

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One must bend for Five Finger Death Punchs kæmpeomkvæd and the efficiency of their solid compressed guitarblokke, but pretty, it was undeniably not.

nevertheless, the vast majority of the 11,000 fans bananas, and two seconds into the åbningsnummeret ’Lift Me Up’ was better mood than at any time in Megadeth tame supportsæt.

– This is gonna be fun! exclaimed the singer Ivan Moody, and it was, well, if you think it is fun to hear on a ridiculous mix of Rammstein and Volbeat.

’Jekyll and Hyde’ and ’Got Your Six’ was may tribune to tremble, but most of all it was really shattering, Five Finger Death Punch has become so popular in such vulgar terms.

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No shame in life threw the songs of Oasis, Bad Company and Kenny Wayne Shepherd into a cirkusoptrin of a concert, where a gigantic skull could symbolize that the orchestra is dødkedelige in their gaudy, staged madness.

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Five Finger Death Punch appeared in spite of everything more slagfærdige, than when they visited Copenhell in 2017 without Moody, there was a look in rehab, but there are frugtpunch, which beats harder.

One finger can do it.

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Lift Me Up


Wash It All Away

Jekyll and Hyde

Sham Pain

Bad Company

Burn It Down

Got Your Six

Wrong Side of Heaven

Battle Born

Blue on Black

Coming Down

Never Enough

Burn MF

Under and Over It

Far from Home

The Bleeding