Apocalyptica, Art of Dying and Deuce are helping to launch the new rock label Better Noise.
Falling in Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke has one less concern to worry about as a domestic abuse charge that dates back to 2012 is no longer hanging over his head. Radke was in court on Wednesday (May 14) of this week, and there were initially conflicting reports as to whether the charges had been dropped.
It proved to be a two-man race for Best New Artist at the Loudwire Music Awards and former Hollywood Undead member Deuce emerged as the victor. The rap-rock artist enjoyed a breakout year with his first solo set, 'Nine Lives,' which spawned the hit single 'America' and such fan favorites as 'I Came to Party' and 'Nobody Likes Me.'
Hollywood Undead and former vocalist Deuce didn't part on the best of terms, but the singer alleges that things only escalated after he left the band with at least two of the band members beating him up outside of a Hollywood club. As a result, the vocalist has now taken legal action against his former bandmates.
Deuce, 'I Came to Party'
When we interviewed Deuce and his bandmate / engineer Jimmy Yuma, we touched upon the inevitable topic of women. Deuce is set to be part of the Uproar Festival this year in August with Staind, Shinedown and Godsmack among others, and he and Yuma will surely encounter their share of female fans.