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Zoltan Bathory Wiki/Biography
Zoltan Bathory was born on the 15th May 1978 in Budapest, Hungary. He is best known around the world for being the founder of the heavy metal band called Five Finger Death Punch, so he was named for “Best Shredder” by Metal Hammer Magazine. He is also recognized as a martial artist, record producer and songwriter. He has been anactive member of the entertainment industry since 2000s.
Have you ever wondered how rich Zoltan Bathory is? Sources estimate that Zoltan Bathory’s net worth is $3 million as of late 2015, with the main source of this amount of money being, of course, his professional career in music. Another source of his fortune is coming from his professional career of martial artist and from competing in a number of championships in his category.
Zoltan Bathory Net Worth $3 Million
Zoltan Bathory was raised in Szentendre, a town near Budapest, in Hungary. When he became devoted to a music career, he moved to Los Angeles, California, where he played bass guitar for the alternative band called U.P.O. However, he quit the following year, but stayed in music, and in 2005, he founded the heavy metal band Five Finger Death Punch, which is established in Las Vegas, Nevada. Their debut record was recorded the next year, with a little help from the guitarist and producer Logan Mader, and soon after they finished recording the album, the band signed a contract with talent management company The Firm, and their debut album entitled “The Way of the Fist” was released in 2007. The album immediately struck a chord with the public, as it was sold over 600,000 copies, and spawned three singles which reached the Top 10 of the Billboard charts. This certainly increased Bathory’s net worth, and encouraged him to continue to make music.
The band’s next release, a full length album entitled “War Is the Answer” came in 2009, after they signed with Prospect Park Records. Like the previous album, this one was successful as well, as it made its debut in 7th place on the Billboard chart, and furthermore it stayed in the Top 100 for a record 92 weeks. Although being a huge success, the album is not a hallmark of their career, as their third album – “American Capitalist” (2010) – became even more successful, as it debuted on 3rd place of the Billboard top 200 chart, and in addition it was certified gold in its first year of sales, increasing further Bathory’s net worth. Their next album was released in 2013; in fact, they released a double album “The Wrong Side Of, Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell, Volumes 1 and 2”. Thanks to their previous success, and an increase in popularity, the band made a few friends over the years, and managed to extend the friendships on professional field, as the album featured guest artists such as Rob Halford, Max Cavalera and Maria Brink, among others.
Bathory’s latest venture in the music industry is the sixth album of the band, entitled “Got Your Six” (2015), which has also added to his net worth, as it also debuted at number 2 on the billboard Top 200 chart. During his career, he has also earned several awards, including the “Best Shredder” given in 2010 by the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards.
In Zoltan Bathory’s private life, it is widely known that he is a martial artist. He is also a practitioner of Brazilian jiu-jitsu and judo, and is a member of the Gracie Humaita Competition Team. Additional to this, he has competed in a number of championships, such as the Abu-Dhabi Pro Jiu-Jitsu World Trials, where he won the silver medal, The North American Grappling Championship, and the 2012 Masters World Championship. Bathory is also one of the few civilians certified by the US Army as an L1 Modern Army Combatives Instructor – Close Quarter Combat. Since 2014, he has been active in truck racing championships, too. When it comes to his love life, nothing is known in media.
|Full Name||Zoltan Bathory|
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 15, 1978|
|Place Of Birth||Szentendre, Hungary|
|Profession||Guitarist, Songwriter, Musician, Martial Artist, Entrepreneur, Record producer|
|Music Groups||Five Finger Death Punch (Since 2005), U.P.O.|
|Five Finger Death Punch: House of the Rising Sun||2014||Video short executive producer|
|Madden NFL 12||2011||Video Game writer: "Back For More"|
|Down & Dirty||2007||TV Series||Himself|