Concertgoers at Gramercy Theater enjoyed a lengthy day of music as a long list of bands were on the bill for this year’s All Stars Tour headlined by I See Stars, Like Moths to Flames and the Acacia Strain.
I See Stars
It's been a roller-coaster few weeks for I See Stars, who were bounced off Falling in Reverse's 'The Thug in Me Is You' fall trek after disagreements with FIR singer Ronnie Radke. However, the group has rebounded rather well, filling the vacancy left by Suicide Silence on the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour.
Falling in Reverse may be the headliners of their 'The Thug in Me Is You' tour, but not every person in attendance is necessarily there for them, as the band found out Friday night in Detroit. Shortly after news of I See Stars' ousting from the trek by Falling in Reverse's singer Ronnie Radke went public, the singer saw a bit of a backlash from the audience.
Falling in Reverse singer Ronnie Radke has courted his own amount of trouble over the years, but he's doing his best to change that path and that means distancing himself from up-and-coming rockers I See Stars. Radke reveals that the young band has been kicked off 'The Thug in Me Is You' tour at his request.
Usually the end of a tour is a joyous occasion for a band, but the guys in I See Stars had an experience to conclude the "All-Stars" tour that they'd rather forget. The band spent time in jail on Aug. 30 in Saline County, Kan., after allegedly being caught with hallucinogenic drugs.