Post-hardcore band Falling in Reverse combines the heavy-rocking aggression of frontman Ronnie Radke with hip-hop elements inspired by Radke's love of rap classics like Dr. Dre's The Chronic. The result is an unexpected but surprisingly satisfying hardcore hybrid that had fans thrashing hard at the band's 2013 shows. Sharing the bill with other top acts like Mayday Parade and Saves the Day, Falling in Reverse are set for another wild ride on the 2014 Vans Warped Tour.
Singer Ronnie Radke originally rose to prominence as frontman of post-hardcore torchbearers Escape the Fate. After a prison sentence forced him out of the band in 2008, Radke began releasing music from behind bars, launching the project that would ultimately become Falling in Reverse. Following his 2010 release from prison, the band made their album debut with 2011's The Drug in Me Is You, which was comprised exclusively of songs Radke wrote while incarcerated. The album landed at No. 2 on the Top Hard Rock Albums chart, sparking the band's first tour setting the stage for 2013 sophomore album Fashionably Late.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"Falling In Reverse was as good as it gets. They really built a relationship with the fans during the concert."
"They played all but one song from their debut album and threw in some old Escape The Fate for the fans that have been around for a while."
"Falling in Reverse was fantastic, Ronnie's singing was spot on and he was really energetic. The guitarist is awesome and throws tons of picks to boot (I caught one for my gf), and all the rest are great too."