Falling In Reverse, Motionless In White & Issues

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One of the most engaging post-hardcore bands, Falling in Reverse is fronted by Ronnie Radke, a rare rock n’ roll provocateur whose unpolished unpredictability and reckless honesty make him equal parts hero and villain. Radke recruited guitarists Derek Jones and Jacky Vincent, drummer Ryan Seaman, and bassist Mika Horiuchi to help realize his musical vision, and the band set to work on their debut, bringing the driving, melodic sound to life in 2011 with the release of "The Drug in Me Is You." Falling in Reverse returned to the studio in 2012 to record their sophomore release, "Fashionably Late." Released in mid-2013, the album saw the band adding hip-hop and electronic elements to their original sound. Heavier and more screamo-oriented, the band's third studio long player, "Just Like You," followed in early 2015.
Founded in 2005, Motionless in White won over audiences worldwide with their aggressive music and arresting imagery. Lead singer Chris Motionless, guitarists Ryan Sitkowski and Ricky Horror, keyboardist Josh Balz, bassist Devin "Ghost" Sola, and drummer Vinny Mauro prove to be a ferocious and inventive live act, earning an increasingly fervent fan following via countless headline shows, festival sets, and tours alongside iconic acts.
With their 2014 self-titled debut, ISSUES broke big by infusing their metal-punk hybrid with pop-perfect melodies and the heavy rhythms of hip-hop and R&B. Named “one of the most anticipated records of 2016,” on the follow-up album "Headspace," the Atlanta-based band takes that genre-bending to a bold new level, pushing further into their kaleidoscopic influences to carve out a sound that’s fiercely inventive and deeply infectious.
The American rock band, DangerKids from Dayton, OH, was formed in 2012. The dynamic lineup is made up of Andy Bane, Tyler Smyth, Jake Bonham and Katie Cole and the group's new single “Things Could Be Different,” released in early November, is taking fans by storm.
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