Falling In Reverse have shared their feverishly incendiary new video for “Fuck You and All Your Friends” from their critically acclaimed new album Coming Home, out now via Epitaph Records.
Watch the video, which features the band in performance mode so intense that it’s practically possessed, here.
Falling In Reverse is playing some shows with Papa Roach in December and will be heading to Europe on a 2018 Winter headlining tour with The Word Alive and Dead Girls Academy. Check out tour dates below!
Saturday, December 2nd- KATT’s Wreck The Halls in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Sunday, December 3rd- T95’s Not So Silent Night in Wichita, Kansas
Tuesday, December 5th- 102.9 The Hog’s Not So Silent Night in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Thursday, December 7th- 93X Nutcracker in Minneapolis, Minnesota(also appearing is Cold Kingdom)
Saturday, December 9th- KBPI’s Mistletoe Jam in Denver, Colorado
European Tour dates with The Word Alive and Dead Girls Academy:
Wednesday, January 17th- Melkweg in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Thursday, January 18th- Lido in Berlin, Germany
Friday, January 19th- Pumpehuset in Copenhagen, Denmark
Saturday, January 20th- Fryshuset Klubben in Stockholm, Sweden
Monday, January 22nd- Nosturi in Helsinki, Finland
Wednesday, January 24th- Pustervik in Goteburg, Sweden
Thursday, January 25th- Gruenspan in Hamburg, Germany
Friday, January 26th- Zoom in Frankfurt, Germany
Saturday, January 27th- Arena Wien in Bezirk-Landstrasse, Austria
Monday, January 29th- Dynamo in Zurich, Switzerland
Tuesday, January 30th- Technikum in Munchen, Germany
Wednesday, January 31st- Luxor in Cologne, Germany
Thursday, February 1st- Zappa JC in Antwerp, Belgium
Saturday, February 3rd- Glavclub in Moscow, Russia
Sunday, February 4th- Zal Ozhidaniya Club in Saint Petersburg, Russia
Saturday, March 24th- Download Festival in Flemington, Australia (with Issues, Korn, Prophets Of Rage, Limp Bizkit, Mastodon, Good Charlotte, and NOFX)
For tickets and further information for any of the shows listed above, click here!
Revolver described Coming Home as “a sonically cohesive” album in its band profile, while Outburn, which featured the band on its summer cover, called Coming Home “sonically gripping from start to finish and impressive every step of the way, with neither [Ronnie] Radke nor the band losing their edge” in its 10 out of 10 review. Meanwhile, Alternative Press raved in its four-star review that “the album maintains a brilliant balance between uplifting and confessional, playful and serious. It’s the most real, honest, and self-aware record FIR have released to date.”
Watch the cinematic, Stranger Things-inspired video for “Superhero” here.
You can also watch the epic and atmospheric video for “Coming Home” here.
Check out Falling In Reverse at the following locations: