Falling In Reverse’s Ronnie Radke Calls Sebastian Bach ‘Rude’

Falling In Reverse received backlash from fans and musicians after they canceled a performance in September due to losing their laptops which contained all their show materials. Ronnie Radke had shared a few names in his defense, including Sebastian Bach as one of the musicians who use tracks during shows. However, this was not well received by Bach and resulted in a feud between the two musicians. More recently, Radke sat down with WRIF and shared his thoughts on the issue.

“I stand my ground, and I stand by what I believe in; he was so rude; he’s rude,” said Radke about his dispute with Sebastian Bach. “But you know, I’m not going to name them, but some pretty prominent people in music direct messaged me. That made me feel a lot better. I don’t want to call them out because, you know what I mean, but they’re on my side.”

He continued, “Even some famous wrestlers too. Honestly, some huge legendary wrestlers hit me up too, and they were like, ‘He’s always been an asshole,’ you know, so I’m like, ‘What do you mean I didn’t know this. I had no idea,’ and it’s like, ‘Yeah, look,’ and they show me. I’m like, ‘God, he’s so rude to a lot of people like, oh my God.”

“It started because I said I couldn’t play the show as our laptops are like our engine, and I stand by that,” said Radke about how the dispute started. “My biggest song is almost multi-platinum, and it was number one on the radio, and literally, 60% of the song is a rap beat, dude. They don’t understand that they’ll never understand; they just don’t get it.”

Apparently, Ronnie Radke isn’t the only person in the industry that has had negative interactions with Bach and believes he is unnecessarily rude. In fact, Ronnie implied that Chris Jericho also took his side in this feud, which doesn’t sound very surprising, as the two had also argued in 2020 when Bach claimed that Jericho uses pre-recorded lead vocal tracks during live performances.

It is apparent that Radke doesn’t regret the band’s decision to cancel the show and has stayed firm in his opinions about musicians using technology to their advantage on stage and that it’s nothing to be criticized about. He has concluded that it’s not worth arguing about since Sebastian will never get it.