Falling In Reverse Hit Back with ‘Watch the World Burn’ and Ronnie Radke’s Book “I Can Explain”

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Over a year ago, we informed you that Falling in Reverse had a new EP coming out in 2022 called Neon Zombie, and we believed it as much as you did. Lead-single ‘Zombified‘ had us giddy with excitement, and the hope continued with their second single in May ‘Voices in My Head‘. However, still no sign of an EP. What game you playing guys?

Vocalist Ronnie Radke has been in-and-out of Twitter over the past year teasing the high quality of new music, and today we get a taste of it – just as they wound up their appearance at ShipRocked Festival. Yes, it’s happening! Falling in Reverse have released their first track in over six months.

Watch The World Burn‘ is here and it’s got the trademark FiR style we’ve grown to love since they started honing in on their musicianship. Ronnie is an absolute beast, leaning into his metalcore Eminem persona and truly reminding us he is at the top of his game. Check it out below and keep your eyes peeled for more soon.

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For the haters, naysayers (and true fans), Radke has also unveiled pre-orders for a brand new book titled I Can Explain, in which:

“Ronnie dives into his childhood, early bands, tomfoolery, heartbreaks, the formation of Escape The Fate, and the fateful day in the desert that led to both his incarceration and triumphant resurrection with Falling In Reverse.”

This release will surely answer a lot of questions the music industry has about his career and we cannot wait to get down and dirty with what he has to say, outside of a social media environment.

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Pre-order I Can Explain here

Stream Falling in Reverse – ‘Watch the World Burnhere

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Co-editor at Wall of Sound and self-acclaimed deathcore connoisseur. My purpose is to expose you to the best emerging breakdowns and gutturals that this planet has to offer.