The frontman shows a sentimental side that isn't used to being seen on the band's upcoming album.
Finding a more controversial figure than Falling In Reverse’s Ronnie Radke in the world of modern rock is hard to do. The vocalist is worshipped by his millions of fans, while harshly criticized as a continuous source of drama by his haters. No matter.
Radke no longer concerns himself with such trivialities. Whether you love him to death or hate his guts, he’s making chart-topping records and selling out huge venues – and he’s not stopping. The band’s newest record, Coming Home, will be out April 7 via Epitaph Records, and it only serves to push FIR’s massive sound even further as it tries to negotiate the lure of incredible fame with the comfort of home. We chatted with Radke about all this and more. Hop to the next page to read the full interview.