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Falling In Reverse announce Australian headline tour. These are the words Australian fans have been desperate to year for years. Our hunger was soothed – momentarily – during their stint as part of Soundwave 2015 and their subsequent sidewaves but the hunger rose once more. Fronted by known identity Ronnie Radke, the band had a
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Falling In Reverse guitarist Jacky Vincent has left the band to focus on his solo career. In a statement to Alt Press, the Las Vegas post-hardcore crew have described the split as “amicable”. Their statement reads: Falling In Reverse has announced that Jacky Vincent is leaving the band to concentrate on his solo career. [Frontman]
Falling In Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke has accused ex-Escape The Fate guitarist and founding member Monte Money of ripping off his musical ideas, including some of his songwriting, while he was in prison. Radke, himself a founding member and former vocalist of ETF, sat down with Music Feeds just a few hours before taking the
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Las Vegas post-hardcore outfit Falling In Reverse have delivered their latest album, Just Like You, as a full album stream, just days out from their appearance at Australia’s monster Soundwave 2015 festival. The official release of the band’s third studio album also coincides with their first ever Australian performance, which will take place this weekend
Las Vegas outfits Falling In Reverse and Escape The Fate will be joining forces to bring two Bury The Hatchet Sidewaves to Melbourne and Sydney this February, along with with special guests The Color Morale. The hardcore outfits will bring their Bury The Hatchet show to Melbourne’s 170 Russell on Wednesday 25th February, followed by
Las Vegas post-hardcore quintet Escape The Fate have lived through a lot over the duration of their nine-year career. They’ve overcome numerous lineup changes, legal hassles and a particularly bitter rivalry with ex-singer and human headline generator, Ronnie Radke (now of Falling in Reverse), to firmly establish themselves as one of the genre’s biggest and
Polarising post-hardcore outfit Falling In Reverse have hit fans with a double whammy of good news ahead of their upcoming appearance at Soundwave 2015. Not only have the Las Vegas rockers announced that their third album, Just Like You, will be released on the eve of their debut Australian performance, they’ve also shared a brand-new
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The revolving door position that is bassist for Falling In Reverse has once again been filled, seeing renown flaky dude and founding Escape The Fate member Max Green shacking up with his former frontman Ronnie Radke once more. Radke announced the news today, backing his decision to give now former FIR bassist Ron Ficarro the
Falling In Reverse have released a video for their cover of rapper Coolio‘s 1995 hard-living classic, Gangsta’s Paradise, and even managed to get the stamp of approval from the man himself, with the clip featuring a cameo from Coolio, who appears to have been face-palming throughout the shoot. The cover comes as part of the
The immense list of bands already confirmed for the Soundwave 2014 lineup grew even longer last week when the third lineup announcement dropped and is expected to grow bigger still with promoters keeping a couple more announcements up their sleeve before the tour kicks off in February. US post-hardcore outfit Falling In Reverse were missing
Ronnie Radke continues his bid to remain relevant with another cringeworthy Falling In Reverse video, this time for single Bad Girls Club, the second from the group’s debut album, Fashionably Late. The release of Bad Girls Club as a single was a foregone conclusion and alas, here it is. Opting for cheap comedy and sex
Alternative music fans will be aware of the bitter feud between Escape The Fate vocalists Ronnie Radke and Craig Mabbitt. However, the bad blood seems to have flushed away since Radke’s release from prison, with the frontman revealing that the two have big plans. In an exclusive interview with Alternative Press, Radke, who presently fronts
Anyone familiar with the glory days of Escape The Fate will know full well the drama that befell the toxic friendship of then ETF vocalist and now Falling In Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke and former ETF bassist Max Green. Now, after years of bad blood, the two have met up, buried the hatchet and delved
Breathe a sigh of relief, fans of Falling In Reverse. Contrary to popular belief, frontman Ronnie Radke has said that the band is not breaking up. Ha ha, we’re just kidding – Falling In Reverse don’t have any fans. If you haven’t been following the drama surrounding The Worst Band Ever, the long and short
Falling In Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke has deleted every single tweet from this Twitter account. The strange occurrence comes following rumours that Radke walked out on his band and will keep all profits from upcoming Falling In Reverse album Fashionably Late. It’s unclear why Radke, or someone on his behalf, would take the time to