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.
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.
If 2012 is any indication for Falling in Reverse's future, then 2013 should be one hell of a year. They've had much success with their debut album ‘The Drug In Me Is You,’ not to mention playing main stage of last year’s Warped Tour and headlining 2012 U.S. tour of their own. There's no stopping Falling in Reverse as they recently announced a 2013 trek with Hollywood Undead.
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.