Falling in Reverse are inching closer to the release of their new album Coming Home, and they've got another song to share with listeners. The track is called "Broken" and you can hear it in the player provided above.

The song opens with electronic-driven keyboard sounds before a wall of crashing guitars is layered on top of it. By the time the vocals come around, some of the heaviness is pulled back in favor of some muffled, whispery vocals providing a dream-like effect. But it's not long before that approach is ditched in favor of Ronnie Radke's more powerful clean vocal delivery.

"Broken" is featured on Falling in Reverse's fourth studio album Coming Home. The disc is due April 7 via Epitaph. It was co-produced by Radke and Michael "Elvis" Baskette. Coming Home is currently available to pre-order via the band's website in both digital and physical formats.

After touring with Pierce the Veil earlier this year, Falling in Reverse's current tour schedule is rather sparse, with only appearances at the Carolina Rebellion, Rock USA, Chicago Open Air and Seether's Rise Above festivals on their itinerary. Stay up to date with the band's touring here.

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