What’s left to say about Falling In Reverse that hasn’t already been said? This band has shocked (jumped genres from screamo/rock to rap/hip-hop), rocked (headlined the main stage for the entire 2014 Warped Tour Run), and now frankly just confused us.
The history of Falling In Reverse’s line-up is hard to keep up with at the best of times. After the whole Escape The Fate, bringing on good ol’ Christian rocker Craig Mabbitt to replace Radke after he got himself locked up in jail, and then the more recently Max Green quitting and then rejoining Escape The Fate, only to once again quit to join Falling In Reverse, Still following? Well, Max shocked us once again today…
Only 5 short months after Max seemed to have found his home back with former best friend/worst enemy as bassist of Falling In Reverse, he has now announced his departure from the band. The plot continues to thicken.
In a statement from Epitaph Records, the following is said:
“Max Greene has exited the Falling In Reverse lineup due to personal matters unrelated to the band. The split is amicable according to Ronnie Radke and Falling In Reverse wishes Max nothing but the best in his future endeavors. Ronnie Radke has been working hard in the studio recording a new Falling In Reverse album due out early next year and is excited for fans to hear it. Further details are to be announced.”
We look forward to seeing who replaces Max on The Black Mass Tour this fall with Black Veil Brides, Set It Off, and Drama Club. Will Ronnie Ficarro make an appearance? Who do you think will be the latest member in the Falling In Reverse line-up saga?