Falling In Reverse will release their third album, Just Like You on February 24th via Epitaph Records. The band has also released a new song called "Guillotine IV (The Final Chapter)" which you can stream in the replies. Craziest part about all of this? The song's probably the best thing they've ever done.
01) Chemical Prisoner
02) God, If You Are Above…
03) Sexy Drug
04) Just Like You
05) Guillotine IV (The Final Chapter)
06) Stay Away
07) Wait and See
08) The Bitter End
09) My Heart’s To Blame
10) Get Me Out
11) Die For You
Kerrang! is putting out this American Idiotcover album because this is something that we need and they asked Falling In Reverse to cover "She's A Rebel." Do yourself a favor and listen (in the replies) from 0:50 to 1:15. It is a massive stretch to call this a "tribute album."
I guess Escape the Fate and Falling in Reverse are going on tour together next year or something. I think it should be called the "break the fuck up" tour. If you feel like wasting money, the dates are in the replies.
Living The Dream Foundation will be bringing us the "An Intimate Evening with Falling In Reverse: Unplugged & Uncensored" tour this fall. A portion of all ticket sales will go toward making dreams come true for children with life-threatening illnesses. More details and dates can be found in the replies.
Survive This! will release its Epitaph debut, The Life You've Chosen, on October 29th. The record was produced by Ronnie Radke (of Falling In Reverse). The band also released a new song titled "Where I Belong," which can be streamed in the replies. The album is also available for pre-order.
AltPress has posted part 2 of its interview with Falling In Reverse frontman, Ronnie Radke. This time, Ronnie discusses his relationships and being a father soon. Watch part 1 here if you missed it, and part 2 is in the replies.
You can stream a new Falling In Reverse track in the replies. Some of us just weren't born to lead, you guys. The band has also withdrawn from performing from this year's Warped Tour, so make sure you buy your tickets today.
You can watch a new Falling In Reverse video for its new song "Alone" in the replies. It involves rapping, Ferrari's, and girls writhing on the floor. It's off the band's upcoming album Fashionably Late, out June 18th.
Punk Goes Pop 5 is #16 on the Billboard Charts? People aren't boycotting the Falling in Reverse tour? I guess if Aerosmith and Cheap Trick are still selling out arenas, there still is room for rock stars. I try to make sense of all of it this week here. Go to a record store or buy an album off Amazon or iTunes today. Go to a show, whether it's a local favorite on a tour kick-off, or a touring band passing through this weekend. Save good music or else we'll get another Issues album. Yes, I said it. Deal with it.
PropertyOfZack was pretty busy today, considering it was a Friday. They have a Road Noms blog from Dan of Set Your Goals, a few Cartel live videos that you can watch in the replies, a couple of playlist features from States and Falling In Reverse/Miss May I, and some new stuff in their merch store.
According to a Falling in Reversefansite, claiming to have a direct twitter message from Ronnie: they have "fired" their bass player Mika from the band because "he doesn't know how to tune his bass and he's an asshole."