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After three consecutive No. 1 singles on the Billboard Hard Rock Tracks chart from its two "The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell" albums, Five Finger Death Punch is starting to figure out what's next. Guitarist Zoltan Bathory tells us that he expects the group to release "one, maybe even two more singles" from the albums, but he isn't sure what's coming yet: FFDP's Zoltan Bathory on the band's next single by GMI Rock News "Right now we are in a conversation of what that`s gonna be. There are different trains of thought because...when you're deciding a single there are a couple of different factors. Some of them are obvious; some of the songs can't go on radio 'cause they're too heavy or the lyrics just won't allow...We just had a couple of slower songs on the radio, and...we don't want people to have the wrong impression. The band is still a pretty heavy hard rock/heavy metal band, so we don't want to give the wrong impression. At the same time you look at the songs and see how certain songs are extremely popular. So when the question comes, 'Do we give a song that paints a different picture or do we give the song that seems like everybody wants to hear?' That's the debate right now. It will have to conclude pretty much in the next 10 days, I'd say, and we should know which one it is. We have two different ones we're thinking about, but we don't know which one is the winner." 5FDP has already released "Lift Me Up," with Judas Priest's Rob Halford, from "The Wrong Side of Heaven... Vol. 1" and "Battle Born" and "House of the Rising Sun" from Vol. 2. The group will be playing festival dates during the spring and summer in the U.S. and Russia and begins a 27-date arena tour with Volbeat on September 16 in Salt Lake City.
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