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Music Feeds LIVE: Soundwave Edition – Ronnie Radke Interview Streaming This Friday

Written by Nastassia Baroni on February 27, 2015

Falling in Reverse frontman and founding Escape the Fate member Ronnie Radke has been burying hatchets left and right for the past year and while in the country for Soundwave, he’ll be stopping by Music Feeds Studio to tell us all about it in a special live streamed interview as a part of Music Feeds Live.

Falling In Reverse and Escape The Fate have been taking their Bury The Hatchet tour across North America the past year as a symbol of the end of animosity between the two bands which began when Radke’s post as Escape The Fate frontman was taken up by bandmate Craig Mabbitt. Those wounds seem now to be healed now.

Radke will be heading to Music Feeds fresh from one such ‘Bury The Hatchet’ Sidewave in Melbourne and just before kicking off another in Sydney. He’ll also chat with us about Falling In Reverse’s third full-length record, Just Like You, which was released just days ago.

All this week, Music Feeds has been hosting a special Soundwave edition of Music Feeds LIVE, where some of your favourite Soundwave acts stop by in between Sidewaves and Soundwave Sydney/Brisbane for live performances and exclusive interviews. It kicked off this weeks with an electrifying set by Finnish cello rockers Apocalyptica.

To experience what is sure to be a very interesting chat with Ronnie Radke, tune in right here from 2:40pm AEDT this Friday, 27th February, when Radke’s interview is streamed across the internet from Music Feeds Studio.

Before Radke’s interview kicks off on Friday, Illinois post hardcore act The Color Morale will be performing live from Music Feeds.

Make sure you tune in on Thursday too, when Glasgow rockers Twin Atlantic stream live from Music Feeds.

Photos: Falling In Reverse – Soundwave 2015, Melbourne 22/02/15. Photographed by Sam Murphy

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