Five Finger Death Punch singer Ivan Moody opened up his home to the camera for a tour as part of the latest installment of the band's ongoing series of videos documenting the making of its next LP.
The band's videographer Harry Reese paid a visit to Moody's house in Las Vegas, where the singer keeps most of his memorabilia. In one scene, Moody showcased his "little shrine to the all-time, in my opinion, arguably the best metal band of all time: Pan-f**king-tera."
Moody also showed off his collection of guitars, including one that late Pantera guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott played on tour with the band Damageplan, signed by all four members of that group. The camera also peered into Moody's writing room, his bedroom, his backyard pool and more.
Five Finger Death Punch is currently recording its eighth album with its regular producer,Kevin Churko, the Canadian record producer/engineer and songwriter who works out of his private Las Vegas facility, The Hideout Recording Studio.
Story source: Blabbermouth