“Shut that bitch ass up Ronald.”
Falling In Remix.
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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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
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
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
When Falling In Reverse first announced they would be cancelling the remaining 12 shows of their 2013 North American tour, it was said that frontman Ronnie Radke was needed by his wife’s side as she gave birth but an inside source has claimed otherwise, suggesting once again Radke has done something illogical and egotistical. “Inside
Just as they promised they would, I See Stars have released their version of what went down behind the scenes of the Thug In Me Is You tour with Falling in Reverse. The band promised that they would reveal ‘the truth’ after FIR frontman Ronnie Radke publicly berated the band, booting them off the tour,
Falling In Reverse main man Ronnie Radke’s recent decision to kick I See Stars off his tour has been met with some backlash. Hecklers at a Detroit show seriously rubbed the vocalist the wrong way, resulting in him kicking them out of the venue in spectacular fashion. As you can see in the fan-filmed footage
Memo to wannabe rock stars – unless you want to face a night in jail, don’t chuck your microphone stand into the crowd.