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Album: AfterLife

Artist: Five Finger Death Punch

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2022
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 2022 Five Finger Death Punch, under exclusive license to Better Noise Music

Tracklist For AfterLife By Artist Five Finger Death Punch

Title Artist Time
1
Welcome to the Circus Five Finger Death Punch 4:16 USD 1.29
2
AfterLife Five Finger Death Punch 4:03 USD 1.29
3
Times Like These Five Finger Death Punch 3:29 USD Album Only
4
Roll Dem Bones Five Finger Death Punch 3:19 USD Album Only
5
Pick up Behind You Five Finger Death Punch 3:08 USD Album Only
6
Judgment Day Five Finger Death Punch 4:52 USD Album Only
7
IOU Five Finger Death Punch 4:27 USD 1.29
8
Thanks for Asking Five Finger Death Punch 3:18 USD Album Only
9
Blood and Tar Five Finger Death Punch 3:22 USD Album Only
10
All I Know Five Finger Death Punch 5:11 USD Album Only
11
Gold Gutter Five Finger Death Punch 3:53 USD Album Only
12
The End Five Finger Death Punch 3:43 USD Album Only

Reviews For AfterLife By Artist Five Finger Death Punch

  • ???

    1
    By Trumpdaddy245
    This sounds like the last 6 albums they released.
  • Awful

    1
    By orbUGA
    They get worse as time goes on
  • So far so good

    4
    By Stken
    Im starting to see the old FFDP in this album, I havent cared for the last few albums but this one is a bit different.
  • Welcome to the circus

    4
    By Tppppkiiij
    Honestly didn’t care for afterlife and IOU is ok. May grow with more listens. I absolutely love the newest song and looking forward to the rest.
  • Welcome To My Circus

    5
    By Metalforlife6.6.6
    Welcome To My Circus is freaking awesome song “Am I The Only One It’s Doesn’t Buy To Lie!!!”
  • Disappointing

    1
    By Rob has created a masterpiece
    It all sounds the same!
  • Never disappointed

    5
    By rsmunoz1216
    First three singles of the album are amazing.
  • Circus

    4
    By meet the monster
    The latest song is the best, bringing back the old style
  • Five FInger Discounted and Out

    1
    By GGCOOLG
    Unfortunately we've all heard these songs in past releases. It's time to break up the band so Ivan Moody can go write songs for his solo album of Carpenters songs. Guys, this is starting to be a cliche.
  • Okay…. Whyyyyyyy?

    2
    By Yorick Delano
    I’m sorry but I just don’t know who took a look at the world today and said “you know what we all need rn? Another FFDP album!”

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