Speaking of the upcoming album, the band says “there’s more feeling in it instead of a lot of metal”
December 19, 2016
Falling In Reverse have dropped a pre-Christmas surprise for their fans. Out of the blue they’ve released a new single ‘Coming Home’, which is expected to be featured on their upcoming album. The celestial track marks the band’s first release since Just Like You, released in 2015. ‘Coming Home’ shows vocalist Ronnie Radke from a new perspective: give it a listen below and feel the other, soft and mysterious side of Falling In Reverse.
The band are actively working on their upcoming full-length, with the details to be revealed some time soon. The new material indicates a “huge left turn” for the band, as Radke put it in an interview with Alternative Press earlier this year. “It sounds like nothing we’ve ever done. Every song is very vibey. There’s more feeling in it instead of a lot of metal. We’re trying to make the sound that we’ve never done before”, says the frontman.
As for the recording process, Radke claims they’ve taken on a challenge, “trying to stick to a theme and not go all over the place like we would normally do.” Does it mean we’re in for a conceptual record from Falling In Reverse? And will other tracks be miles away from the etherial laid-back ‘Coming Home’ sound? Let us know your thoughts and expectations in the comments below.
Tourwise, Falling in Reverse have announced a tour with Issues and Motionless in White, titled The End Is Here. The tour will kick off January 13 in Tempe, AZ. The three bands will be supported by Dangerkids and Dead Girls Academy. See the full list of dates and venues below.
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The End Is Here Tour Dates:
Jan 13 Tempe, Az @ The Marquee
Jan 14 Los Angeles, Ca @ The Wiltern
Jan 15 Las Vegas, Nv @ House Of Blues
Jan 17 San Antonio, Tx @ Alamo City Music Hall
Jan 18 Houston, Tx @ Warehouse Live
Jan 19 Dallas, Tx @ Gas Monkey Live!
Jan 21 Oklahoma City, Ok @ Diamond Ballroom
Jan 22 Nashville, Tn @ War Memorial Auditorium
Jan 24 Atlanta, Ga @ Tabernacle
Jan 26 Richmond, Va @ The National
Jan 27 New York, Ny @ Hammerstein Ballroom
Jan 28 Philadelphia, Pa @ The Fillmore
Jan 29 Silver Spring, Md @ The Fillmore
Jan 31 Boston, Ma @ House Of Blues
Feb 01 Pittsburgh, Pa @ Stage Ae
Feb 02 Chicago, Il @ Riviera Theatre
Feb 03 St. Louis, Mo @ The Pageant
Feb 05 Denver, Co @ The Fillmore
Feb 06 Salt Lake City, Ut @ The Complex
Feb 08 Seattle, Wa @ Showbox Sodo
Feb 09 Portland, Or @ Roseland Theater
Feb 11 San Francisco, Ca @ The Warfield
Feb 12 San Diego, Ca @ House Of Blues