Five Finger Death Punch has released the official music video for the song “Sham Pain,” from the band’s upcoming seventh studio album, And Justice For None. Guitarist Zoltan Bathory described the tune as “a lyrical snapshot of probably the most chaotic, yet the biggest year of our career. So far, we’ve come out of every bear attack relatively un-scraped, and the band is tighter than ever. Life is not so difficult if you don’t take yourself sooo seriously.” “Sham Pain” finds Five Finger Death Punch frontman Ivan Moody spitting out such lines as “My label tried to sue me/TMZ tried to screw me/Blabbermouth can f**king suck it/Cause they never f**king knew me.” The lyrics refer to a particularly event-filled 2016 during which the band was sued by its record label, Prospect Park, while a woman claiming to be Moody’s wife accused the singer of infidelity and abuse during their relationship. Five Finger Death Punch’s follow-up to 2015’s Got Your Six was originally delivered to Prospect Park in December 2016, but a legal battle with the company delayed the LP’s arrival for more than a year. It arrives now on May 18th.