Fans certainly got excited when Falling in Reverse and Escape the Fate announced the 'Bury the Hatchet' tour, and now that it has begun, the two acts are truly living up the the trek's name. There has been some animosity between the bands since vocalist Ronnie Radke was replaced by Craig Mabbitt in Escape the Fate while serving a prison sentence, but they set aside their differences and truly embraced each other during a sold-out show at Best Buy Theater in New York City on Thursday night (Jan 30.)
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For a few months, there's been a buzz brewing around Falling in Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke and a rap mixtape he's been putting together featuring some very familiar guests. Now comes word that the mixtape, titled 'Watch Me,' is almost ready, but fans can pick up a new song called 'Destiny' for free (listen above). All you have to do is sign up via your email at RonnieRadkeMixtape.com and you'll be sent a link to download the song.
The year 2013 has been a big one for Falling in Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke and the singer is wrapping it all up with some big news. He and his former bandmates in Escape the Fate have put aside past differences, allowing for FIR and ETF to co-headline the 'Bury the Hatchet' tour in early 2014. In addition, Radke revealed that he's recruited some of the top vocalists in the scene to join him on a new mix tape he's planning to release around the holidays.
New York City got an intimate evening with Falling In Reverse last night (Nov. 5) for a sold out show at Gramercy Theater. The band had a two-hour meet and greet with fans while others began to sing Falling In Reverse songs while waiting for the show to start.
It's looking like 2014 will start off with some good will, as Falling in Reverse and Escape the Fate have announced plans to team up on the 'Bury the Hatchet' tour. This is a bill that many fans thought might never come after frontman Ronnie Radke's tumultuous split from Escape the Fate in 2008.
Epicenter, aka ‘Southern California’s Rock Festival,’ celebrates its fifth anniversary this year with a lineup that pays tribute to its Southland roots. Local alt-rock heroes The Offspring, Bad Religion and Pennywise will be performing alongside new homegrown bands like Pierce the Veil, Fidlar and Plague Vendor. The lineup on the main stage will also feature A Day To Remember, All Time Low and Falling in Reverse.
It was a big day for Falling in Reverse, as they celebrated the release of their new album, 'Fashionably Late,' with a special afternoon performance Tuesday (June 18) at the Roxy in West Hollywood, Calif. The band recently canceled their appearances on the Vans Warped Tour as singer Ronnie Radke and his fiancee celebrate the birth of their first child, so this show provided the only opportunity to see the band perform their new songs live for a while.