Hip-Hop Head's FIRST TIME Hearing FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH: "Wrong Side of Heaven" REACTION

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  • Опубліковано 16 тра 2018
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    Five Finger Death Punch - Wrong Side Of Heaven
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КОМЕНТАРІ • 4 266

  • Deusdemo Silence
    Deusdemo Silence 3 роки тому +2

    The singer from Five Finger Death Punch wears a set of Military dog tags that was given to him on one of there USO tours.

  • toddvandell85
    toddvandell85 3 роки тому +2

    Yes. I can imagine.

  • Christian Madsen
    Christian Madsen 3 роки тому +732

    "You know me! You saved my life brother." Makes me cry every time. Powerful stuff for sure.

  • BloodWolfGaming92
    BloodWolfGaming92 2 роки тому +151

    That part near the end when "Jacoby" finds his squad leader in the streets and mouths "You saved my life, brother." and then the realization hits in; it always gets me every time.

  • Billy Whitehead
    Billy Whitehead 3 роки тому +225

    At the end, the guy that helped the veteran up, was Jacoby from his unit when he was shot in the chest. His words were, "It's Jacoby. You saved my life, BROTHER." Once military, always military. And always FAMILY!!!!

  • Colin Brannon
    Colin Brannon 3 роки тому +23

    5FDP does a lot of work helping our Veterans. They’re respectable guys who truly care about those who give us their all.

  • Jacob Biancardi
    Jacob Biancardi 4 роки тому +925

    The ending scene always gets me.

  • Katina Mcguirk
    Katina Mcguirk 4 роки тому +191

    I cry every single time. Proud wife of a Marine Sniper(hoo-rah). IDK how he exist. My husband's mind is strong. It has to be. He's here and he knows he did what he had to do. Can't wrap my head around it.

  • Travis Carroll
    Travis Carroll 2 роки тому +8

    As a veteran who has had to deal with the issues of PTSD and homelessness this song hits very hard and very close to home for me. The support that ffdp shows towards vets is phenomenal.

  • Razgriz218
    Razgriz218 3 роки тому +8

    This song is so powerful. Being a vet I can really relate to the stuff these guys had to go through. It's hard sometimes...

  • James Warkentin
    James Warkentin 3 роки тому +2

    What I've always loved bout this song, is the sense of familial love that all vets feel for each other-captured in this song so well that even people who've never served feel it too. We feel so alone after everything is said and done, sometimes it's it's hard to remember that people love and want to help us. Why weren't you there for us? We went so that you would be safe, we wanted to save you.

  • Ace
    Ace 2 роки тому +6

    My dad is a 12 year army vet. I'm a 16 year Navy vet. I watched him with his brothers from his time in Korea and I was in aww every time. I am always teary eyed when I hear this song. I got to meet the lead singer and I gave him one of my fathers dog tags I got when he passed. He sang this song live and I cried as I sang along to it fully hearted. I will never forget being able to give this incredible man a hug and saying thank you for bringing me and my father a little closer. Thank you FFDP for honoring my brothers and sisters and the ones who came before us

  • SoIoCreep
    SoIoCreep 4 роки тому +1

    I saw these guys live and they put on a great show. After the concert they went to one of the local bars to hang out with everyone. Awesome dudes.

  • Damian Pyza
    Damian Pyza 3 роки тому +47

    I'm always crying when I hear this song... it's so damn emotional... beautiful. Just beautiful

  • American Vet
    American Vet 2 роки тому +1

    Love this song! Chokes me up a bit every time I hear it and brings back memories of my nearly 20 years in the Army. Thinking about all the Soldiers I have known that have committed suicide or aren’t doing very good right now. I have had to battle my demons as well and had to push through and try to make it through day in and day out.

  • steven brown
    steven brown 3 роки тому +2

    Thank you for reacting to this I’m a veteran and wish more people knew what this amazing band is telling everyone.

  • Glenn Watson
    Glenn Watson 3 роки тому

    As a veteran this band truly means something to me. I LOVE these guys, and this frickin video! Even knowing what is coming I get all teared up watching this. The part when the guy in the suit tells the homeless guy "You know me ... you saved my life brother!" ~~ Done, tears ~~ TY for reacting and caring!!

  • J Boz
    J Boz 3 роки тому +1

    My boss has PTSD and has served 2 tours in Afghanistan and 1 tour in Iraq. Just going places with him I can see how much it has affected him and that has not halted but in a sense halted his emotions and ethics in being at peace. Loud noises sets him off. Something as little as a door closing to hard. Thankyou for listening to this and sharing it to the ones that need to know the sacrifices and hardships even after you arent serving.

  • Daniel Silva
    Daniel Silva 4 роки тому +1

    You should listen to more five finger death punch these guys are HUGE supporters of our troops and a lot of their songs are based on the military such as "no one gets left behind" or "got your six"

  • 03-K64 Firefly
    03-K64 Firefly 2 роки тому +3

    I was homeless and moving constantly for years, but I was lucky to have my family and best friend also a former military to help me. Constantly fighting the past is exhausting but as long as there are people that can snap you out of it and willing to help makes life much more bearable. I'm glad you reacted to this song the way the band intended it.