The single comes from the band's recent album, 'And Justice For None'.
It's been over a year since Five Finger Death Punch released their album 'And Justice For None', but it still seems like the band are willing to keep revamping their work!
Five Finger Death Punch released the music video of 'Blue On Black', a cover originally by Kenny Wayne Shepherd, who also joins them on the track to raise money for the Gary Sinise Foundation.
Joining this reimagined version of the track is Brantley Gilbert, a country singer, and legendary Queen guitarist, Brian May.
Speaking about the track, guitarist Zoltan Bathory has shared “What better way to make a difference than to join forces with some of our friends in country, blues and classic rock who happen to be some of the biggest names in those genres and together celebrate these heroes.”
Kenny Wayne Shepherd, whose original song was featured back in 1997 on his album 'Trouble Is...', also added "This is a powerful collaboration of rock, country and blues artists and a true testament to the commonalities these musical styles share and I think the fans will appreciate and enjoy it as much as we do.”