The scene's most notorious frontman Ronnie Radke returns from years of mandatory silence to form FALLING IN REVERSE, the loudest, most hard-hitting rock outfit to hit streets since his departure from ESCAPE THE FATE over three years ago. "The Drug In Me Is You" drops on July 26 and features eleven mega-hits, including the first single, "Raised By Wolves", available now on iTunes.
After years of drama and speculation following Ronnie Radke's departure from ESCAPE THE FATE, the talented frontman lifts himself from the depths of adversity to emerge as one of the most dynamic and talented stars in the music scene today. Joining Radke on his forward climb to claim his position at the top are Jacky Vincent (lead guitar), Ryan Seaman (AIDEN, I AM GHOST) on drums, bass player Mika Horiuchi and rhythm guitarist Derek Jones.
"Raised By Wolves", the first digital single from FALLING IN REVERSE is a three-and-a-half-minute journey into the mind of Radke where his brutally honest lyrics break down his tumultuous past, while FALLING IN REVERSE's ferocious sonic breakdowns pick up right where Ronnie leaves off shredding guitar solos, massive hooks and in your face guitar riffs, reminding us all of what Ronnie is capable of.
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