Sebastian Bach Brutally Snubs Ronnie Radke: ‘Is He A Youtuber?’

Sebastian Bach recently joined a Metal Hammer Q&A session. A fan asked during the session if Bach would ever end his two-year feud with Ronnie Radke. He replied:

“‘I don’t know who that is. The only way I know that name is from the internet, so they might as well be a Republican politician or a reality TV show star or YouTuber. Whatever opinion someone has on the internet, for me to give a shit, I would have to respect their music first. And I have never heard one note of that band ‘Falling In Reverse’. The only reason I know them is because they seem to love their computers more than real rock’n’roll.’”

The Ongoing Dispute Between The Two Vocalists

The dispute began after ‘Falling In Reverse’ canceled a 2022 show for losing their laptops that included all their preparations. Radke defended the band against backlash by mentioning that several musicians, including Sebastian Bach, used tracks on stage. The ex-Skid Row vocalist responded as follows:

“‘Wow, dummy, are you trying to say that you believe that I use tracks on stage? Eddie Trunk, how f****** funny is this?’”

Radke also pointed to a 1986 Queen concert that allegedly used full tracks as an example. Bach referred to that and continued:

“‘Laptops were not invented in 1986, though. You realize that laptops didn’t come around till like 1997, right genius? So then, how did ‘Queen’ get on the stage? If laptops were not invented, don’t they have to cancel the show? How did this clip happen without laptops? Isn’t that impossible?’”

Radke Thinks Bach Is ‘Rude’

Radke later criticized the ex-Skid Row vocalist’s comments for being ‘rude.’ He told WRIF:

“‘I stand my ground, and I stand by what I believe in; he was so rude; he’s rude. 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.’”

The Falling In Reverse frontman mentioned receiving support from several famous wrestlers who said Bach has ‘always been an a**hole,’ as well. The singer then commented on how the feud started by saying:

“‘It started because I said I couldn’t play the show as our laptops are like our engine, and I stand by that. 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.’”

Falling In Reverse waits to kick off a new tour in North America on August 18 as Bach and Radke’s feud goes on.