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.
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.
Papa Roach are currently heating up radio with their new single 'Leader of the Broken Hearts,' but in our Cage March they are winning big with another song off their latest album 'The Connection.' Their tune 'Silence Is the Enemy' is on fire as it beat out Nonpoint in the last round, but how will it stand against the latest competition?
Falling in Reverse's current tour is ending early, as frontman Ronnie Radke has decided to spend time with his pregnant girlfriend, who is set to give birth soon. The couple will be welcoming their first child and Radke is shutting down the remaining May tour dates early to be by her side.
Falling in Reverse are ready to capture the magic again with their second album. The band has announced that the disc, titled 'Fashionably Late,' will carry a June 18 release via Epitaph Records. FIR have just begun laying out the release details, with the first single being unleashed and the pre-order going live today at the band's webstore here.