Five Finger Death Punch - Coming Down

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Music video by Five Finger Death Punch performing Coming Down.

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Coming Down is a song by heavy metal band Five Finger Death Punch. The song was released as the fourth single from their third album American Capitalist, and their thirteenth single overall. On the week of September 1, the song ranked 1st on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart (their first-ever no. 1 single) and 14th on the Billboard Rock Songs chart. The music video premiered on Vevo on June 12, 2012. The song won a 2012 RadioContraband Rock Radio Award for Song of the Year.

This video was created by Five Finger Death Punch in an effort to prevent suicide among youth.

The video, directed by Nick Peterson, begins with clips of a young woman (played by Samantha Gill) in a bathroom placing an envelope, a pill bottle and a make-up brush on the counter. Meanwhile, a young man (played by Leland Montgomery) walks out to a kitchen with a revolver in hand where an older man and woman (presumably his parents) are seated having breakfast together. The young man cocks the hammer, then puts the revolver barrel to his head and (presumably) pulls the trigger to commit suicide as his parents try to stop him. After a single gunshot is heard, the song begins playing.


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Artist: Five Finger Death Punch
Video title: Coming Down

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