|2||Bad Girls Club||Lyrics/Info||3:41|
|6||Born to Lead||Lyrics/Info||5:19|
|7||It's Over When It's Over||Lyrics/Info||3:53|
|10||Fuck The Rest||Lyrics/Info||4:24|
|11||Keep Holding On||Lyrics/Info||4:55|
Since forming in 2008, Falling In Reverse have racked up a fanatical fan base, so much so that the band's legendary videos have been viewed over 30 million times.
The attitude of the 1980's Sunset Strip, the bravado of battle-ready rap, the take-no-prisoners bottom end of metalcore and the boundless revelry of underground EDM parties have all beautifully converged in this one band and this new album. It's for everyone on Instagram, on Twitter, or anyone with a brain and two ears.
"My dad raised me on metal, but my first serious love was hip-hop," Ronnie explains. "When I heard Dr. Dre's The Chronic, that's when I fell in love. I didn't know what the hell they were talking about, the beats were intertwined, and it came inside of me and took me over. When we added hip-hop elements I was thinking, "Should I do this? This sounds crazy! Are people going to like this?" Now I've never been so proud of something. The final product, Fashionably Late, is the best work I've ever done."
Fact: the most engaging, most electric artists will always generate the most visceral reaction. Loved, hated, ridiculed, admired, FALLING IN REVERSE frontman Ronnie Radke is ...