Remember Everything

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"Remember Everything"
Five finger death punch remember everything.jpg
Single by Five Finger Death Punch
from the album American Capitalist
Released November 2011
Format CD single, digital download
Length 4:38
Label Prospect Park
Writer(s) Zoltan Bathory, Kevin Churko, Kane Churko, Ivan L Greening, Thomas Jason Grinstead, Jeremy Spencer Heyde, Matt Snell
Producer(s) Kevin Churko
Five Finger Death Punch singles chronology
"Back for More"
"Remember Everything"
"Coming Down"

Remember Everything is a song by heavy metal band Five Finger Death Punch. The song was released as the third single from their third album American Capitalist, and their twelfth single overall. The song ranked 2nd on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, 10th on the Billboard Rock Songs chart and 25th on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.[1]


In an interview with Melissa Maria of Rat TV, lead vocalist Ivan Moody stated that he wrote the song, to talk about torments in his history. Moody stated that he and his parents never agreed on anything, that his mother still disapproves of his career in music, and that writing the song was a way of getting those thoughts out in the open.[2]


The video, directed by Emile Levisetti, begins with a young child in white clothing drawing on a white floor surrounded by white walls. He begins drawing what he remembers in his life, including his home, parents, and events. It is hinted that he's abused and his father is an alcoholic. He continues drawing his memories as he grows. He gets married, joins the military, and returns to a less than perfect life. In the white room, he is shown having fits of rage and angst throughout the video. Eventually, he grows old and passes away in a hospital. Just as he dies, he drops a fifty cent coin (shown previously hanging from his carseat as an infant) and a janitor pockets it. He is then shown entering the white room (presumably heaven) as a child again.

The members of Five Finger Death Punch are not seen performing the song, although they are spotted in the video. [3]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2011–12) Peak
US Bubbling Under Hot 100 (Billboard) 23
US Mainstream Rock Songs (Billboard) 2
US Alternative Songs (Billboard) 25
US Rock Songs (Billboard) 9
US Heatseekers Songs (Billboard) 25



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