After the stir of the rumor of Alternative Press releasing an interview with Falling In Reverse's Ronnie Radke, I was dying to get my hands on the latest issue of AP, which Falling In Reverse is featured on. Much to my surprise, the rumors are true, and the photograph that has been swirling around is actually a passage from this issue of AP.
When the baby is due, or what the sex is, is all currently undisclosed, but its only a matter of time before Ronnie announces that himself.
This story is going to be an interesting one for sure. Many fans have said things such as "Ronnie is not fit to be a father, not yet any ways." Many have said he's too self absorbed to be a father. I personally feel this could possibly straighten Ronnie Radke out for good. Or at least, one can hope that's the case.
There's a rumor going around the internet that Falling In Reverse's Ronnie Radke is going to be a father? The only "proof" is a photograph of what is supposedly an article in the next issue of Alternative Press, which features Falling In Reverse on the cover. The magazine does not go on sale until December fourth, and AP has not ever released a photograph of almost a full article before. This is no exception. After some research, I can not find where this photograph came from, but it certainly did not come from Alternative Press directly.
This photograph was either leaked by someone who works at Alternative Press or is a very good fake. Whether or not its true, well, we'll just have to wait until the 294th issue of Alternative Press hits the shelves, and mailboxes all over the country.
Recently, Falling In Reverse has been on tour with I See Stars, Matt Toka, Enter Shakri and Letlive, and everyone assumed things were going great. That was until Falling In Reverse's frontman, Ronnie Radke posted a statement on Facebook, saying that they were kicking I See Stars off the tour. The official statement is below,
"I wanted to let everyone know that I See Stars is no longer on tour. We had offered them the tour several months back, and then not long afterward, the entire band was arrested for drug possession. If you have been following my story, you know I am very serious about my sobriety and have been sober for 4+ years now. I decided to remove them from the tour at the time because I did not drug users in my environment. After we informed them they would no longer be on the tour for that reason, their label approached us and asked us to give them a 2nd chance, they assured us the band would not use drugs and they would be professional on my tour. We came to an agreement and I gave them their 2nd chance. Throughout this entire tour, they have been unprofessional. They have rarely showed up on time and have caused undue difficulty on my crew plus employees of the various venues. It's been next to impossible to keep the show running on time. I feel at this point we have no choice but to continue on without them. We're simply trying to deliver the best possible show to all you guys and we don't feel like we can do that with I See Stars. We're stoked to continue on with Enter Shikari, Letlive and Matt Toka (on select dates). I'll see you at the shows. Love and respect, Ronnie."
The statement you just read was posted on Falling In Reverse's Facebook page on November 2, 2012. Just three hours later, I See Stars posted a response of sorts on their Facebook page saying the following, "We have been kicked off of the Falling In Reverse tour by Ronnie Radke. It has nothing to do with "drugs" or "being late". His statement is entirely false. An official statement from Summerian Records showing the truth of why we were removed is coming. All emails and contacts have been documented and will be showing publicly in response to Ronnie's post. You will find out exactly what happened, and you will be disgusted to say the least. We promise you our being ejected from the tour has absolutely nothing to do with his lies about drug abuse on tour, or being late. It has everything to do with Ronnie's antagonistic violent behavior toward us, his ego, his malicious intent, his financial greed, and his demands of no one being allowed to know the truth behind the scenes of this tour."
Summerian Records has yet to make their official statement in regards to this whole ordeal, but as soon as they do, people can guarantee it will not be good. While I See Stars was arrested for the possession of halluciongenics on August 30, and did stay in jail for thirteen hours, nothing more has been said about the event.
Who's really at fault here? Is it I See Stars? Or is Ronn
This morning in Huntington Beach, Suicide Silence's singer, Mitch Litcher passed away. He was in a motorcycle accident and died from injuries this morning. He was in the accident on Halloween night, before nine pm and was pronounced dead at 6:17am on Thursday, at UCI Medical Center in Orange County.
It is speculated that the accident occured after a Halloween party of sorts, as 19 our ago, he Tweeted "The dead are living..." with a photograph that is posted below.
"There's no easy way to say this," the band said in a statement on its Facebook page. "Mitch passed away earlier this morning from injuries sustained during a motorcycle accident. This is completely devastating to all of us and we offer our deepest condolences to his family. He will be forever in our hearts."
Condolences go out to his family, friends, band mates, and fans. The band's future is currently up in the air as they grieve over their loss.
These are just some of the happenings in the music world. There will always be something that Immortal Music did not cover, but here are just some events.