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Live Review: Five Finger Death Punch at Tasmajdan in Belgrade, Serbia (07.02.22.)

Five Finger Death Punch always know how to put on an amazingly energetic show and they proved it once again when they performed in Serbia for the very first time. Thousands of people gathered at Tasmajdan Stadium, and as always, it was a pleasant surprise to see so many die-hard fans in one of the European countries where metal music isn’t dominant.

The night started with Solence, the opening act from Sweden. With the perfect mixture of hard rock, metal, and electronic, they cheered the crowd up and prepared them for the grand finale.

As soon as FFDP stepped on stage and started playing Inside Out, everyone started screaming and cheering even louder. The atmosphere was incredible from the very beginning and it was getting better and better, especially during fan-favorite songs, such as Jekyll and Hyde, Burn MF, and of course, Wrong Side Of Heaven. The badass special effects and pyrotechnics were the big bonus that made the whole experience unforgettable. The band is well known for being friendly and having interactions with the audience. Joking around, throwing money at fans, and inviting them on stage showed how both witty and kind they can be. Ivan Moody even gifted a baseball bat to one of the youngest fans and that was the moment when the crowd started chanting his name.

The 15-track-long set ended with The Bleeding, leaving the audience wanting more. All in all, it was an impressive show, so you’re a fan, you should totally come to one of their upcoming concerts.

Setlist:

  1. Inside Out
  2. Trouble
  3. Wash It All Away
  4. Jekyll and Hyde
  5. Sham Pain
  6. Bad Company
  7. Never Enough
  8. Burn It Down
  9. Far From Home
  10. Wrong Side Of Heaven
  11. Burn MF
  12. Coming Down
  13. Lift Me Up
  14. Under and Over it
  15. The Bleeding

Visit the band’s official site for more tour dates.

 

 

 

 

 

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