Five Finger Death Punch have been through a lot this year, but they want you to know they're not planning on stopping anytime soon. Today, the band released their video for "Ain't My Last Dance," a song from their 2015 album Got Your Six that has a lot more relevance now than ever before with everyone's concerns about singer Ivan Moody.

Primarily, the video shows off what a live performance is like for Five Finger Death Punch, and what fans can experience when they play live. Shots of the band playing live are cut under the lyrics to the song, to drill in the meaning of the song to anybody whoever doubted them. The song sounds as sweet as it did back when the album came out, mixing together super hard verses with cleaner choruses.

Of the video, guitarist Zoltan Bathory says, “We thought this was the perfect song to address the various rumors circulating out there. Ivan is doing great and the band is firing on all cylinders. Not just isn’t this our ‘last dance’ but as we are gearing up for the European tour, we are kicking it up a notch and building our biggest stage show to date.”

After Moody's meltdown earlier this year in the Netherlands where he claimed it would be his last show with the band, he underwent treatment for addiction issues and then returned back to the group back in August. It seems as though things can finally progress for Five Finger Death Punch as they settle back into the swing of things.

Watch "Ain't My Last Dance" above!

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