|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Telling It Like It Is !!!!!!||4||Audio||2002||Inner Rage Records|
|2||Telling It Like It Is !!!!!!||3||Audio||1996||Inner Rage Records|
|3||This Time It's Personal||12||Audio||2000||Victory Records|
|4||At War With The World||10||Audio||1998||KINGfisher (2)|
|5||At War With The World||10||Audio||1998||Victory Records|
|6||At War With The World||10||Audio||1998||Victory Records|
|7||No Reason To Smile||10||Audio||1996||Gain Ground|
|8||Convicted And Condemned||2||Audio||1996||Just In Case Records|
|9||No Reason To Smile||10||Audio||1996|
|10||East Coast Tsunami Fest 2010 Split Series Vol. 1||4||Audio||2011-09-20||Fast Break! Records|
|11||Convicted And Condemned||2||Audio||1996||Just In Case Records|
|12||Reflections Of Reality||4||Audio||1995||Not On Label|
Fury of Five (also commonly known as Fury of V) was an American hardcore punk band from Asbury Park, New Jersey.
Fury of Five formed in 1994. Their early creative output limited to tracks on compilations. They released two 7 inches as well as a full length album entitled "No Reason To Smile" in 1996. The band toured extensively throughout the Northeastern United States with bands such as Madball, Earth Crisis, and Fear Factory, and completed two European tours with Integrity and Pro-Pain. Two releases on Victory Records followed ("At War With The World" in 1998 and "This Time It's Personal" in 2000).