Five Finger Death Punch Rolls Shoots a Music Video in Quarantine


Coronavirus couldn't halt Five Finger Death Punch's larger-than-life idea for the heavy metal band's "A Little Bit Off" music video released yesterday (June 7). The members just found a way to work around it.

Since founding guitarist Zoltan Bathory proved management couldn't bother him to figure out the video shoot details, FFDP described how everything went down in an interspersed meta-narrative blaming the COVID-19 pandemic, from the intricate, action-packed details layered in the storyboard to the sparse, socially distanced film crew members who tried fleshing out any of those concepts.

"[Coronavirus] placed us in a difficult situation, where on one hand this is probably the best album we have ever made, on the other, it felt insensitive to promote a record on full-tilt boogie while people were dying all across the world, businesses closed down, and the economy went face down in a ditch," Bathory said in a statement obtained by Louder about their new studio album F8. FULL STORY