Hear FALLING IN REVERSE’s New Track ‘Loser’ from Upcoming Album, Coming Home

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On ‘Loser’ the band is staying true to its new sound – “more feeling instead of a lot of metal”

January 22, 2017

A month ago Falling In Reverse unveiled the title track from their upcoming album, Coming Home, scheduled for release on April 7. This past Friday, the band launched another new track, ‘Loser,’ an emotional song with a very personal touch:

Oh, I don’t really think that you will ever understand
The person that I was, the person that I am, I’m different now…
You’re distant. How will we ever work this out?

 

Listen: FALLING IN REVERSE take “huge left turn” and release ethereal track ‘Coming Home’

When the band put out the title track from Coming Home, many of you were puzzled by its unusual, etherial laid-back sound and wondered if the other tracks on the album would be similar or diametrically opposite. Well, the new song definitely differs from ‘Coming Home’ both melodically and by the overall mood.

‘Loser’ follows the tried-and-true alternative rock hit recipe and has all the chances to become the fans’ favorite on the record. The intention of Ronnie Radke and co. to “stick to a theme and not go all over the place”, recording this album, let them reveal the new depths in their sound.

Falling in Reverse are currently on a tour with Issues and Motionless in White, titled The End Is Here. The tour kicked off January 13 in Tempe, AZ. The three bands are supported by Dangerkids and Dead Girls Academy. See the full list of dates and venues below.

Give the new track, ‘Loser’, a listen below! And which is your favorite new track so far? ‘Loser’ or ‘Coming Home’? Share your thoughts in the comments, and join AlteRock Facebook and Twitter to stay tuned for rock and metal news.

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The End Is Here Tour Dates:

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