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Album Review

Out of prison and — as evidenced by a huge number of posts on social networking sites — spending his free time in front of a computer, Falling in Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke explained Fashionably Late on Twitter, by typing "When people hear the new stuff though I promise you they will lose their mind. It's light years ahead of my last album." How right he was. Inspired by the first time he heard Dr. Dre's The Chronic, Radke decided to flip the script and take his band's sound to new places by incorporating hip-hop elements. So for "Alone," explosive emo-punk/post-hardcore choruses are sandwiched by rap breakdowns, in which the tattooed rocker proclaims, "Man, I've been in rap since I was shitting in Pampers/Climb the ladder to the top and now I'm shitting on rappers" and "I find it kind of funny what you say in your tweets/But when we're face to face, you got nothing to say to me." It's a misguided move to be sure, reminiscent of Tommy Lee's time in Methods of Mayhem, and the peculiarity is only magnified when he and his band (bassist Ron Ficarro, drummer Ryan Seaman, and guitarists Jacky Vincent and Derek Jones) switch styles between emo, metalcore, rap, and dubstep over the course of "Rolling Stone"'s three minutes and 50 seconds. Falling in Reverse deserve credit for their musical versatility on Fashionably Late, especially if one were to compare the stylistic differences between the blistering "Self-Destruct Personality," the cute 8-bit-inspired pop of "Game Over," and the outlaw country skiffle of "Drifter." However, on a whole, the album doesn't quite measure up to be the brilliant crossover that Radke expected.

Customer Reviews

Waste of time, money, and human senses.

Do not buy this album unless you want to hear the self-obsessed bragging of a complete and utter bigot. Honestly, this has been the worst and funniest album of all year, lead 'singer' Ronnie Radke sings lyrics that are supposed to be taken seriously but seem replicated of something you see in angsty teenager's school book. The same can be said for the instrumentals, a mish mash of cliches and creative, yet utter, trash, featuring dubstep breakdowns of all things. Do not buy this album.

Horrible

Musically and lyrically terrible.

Dislike

Honestly, i found alone to be one of the better songs. I was looking forward to this album for months but its a let down. Ronnie needs to do songs more alike to the ones in Dying is your latest fashion and The drug in me is you. I love Ronnie, but i think he has struck out on this album

Biography

Formed: 2010 in Las Vegas, NV

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

Fronted by former Escape the Fate frontman Ronnie Radke, Falling in Reverse is a post-hardcore band based out of Nevada. The band was formed by Radke while he was serving time in Nevada's High Desert State Prison for a 2008 parole violation. While imprisoned, Radke recruited guitarists Derek Jones and Jacky Vincent, drummer Ryan Seaman, and bassist Mika Horiuchi to help him realize the musical vision he was creating in his head while behind bars, meeting with his bandmates during visiting hours and...
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