ATTILA frontman Christopher Fronzak (a.k.a Fronzilla) trolled former Of Mice & Men frontman Austin Carlile this morning twitter the former frontman stating “Dude the new @OMandM song is so good, Great job!!! Ur My Number 1 Insperation?.” Fronzak then later tweeted Of Mice & Men’s current frontman and bassist Aaron Pauley saying, “@OMandM is better than ever before right now, @aaronpauley is a beast ???.” Alan Ashby later thanking Attila frontman saying “thx dude!” after Fronzak tweeted Ashby saying “It’s amazing dude, good job” about the news single. Fronzak replying to the “thx dude” tweet with “TBH Austin was always an asshole to me. I love all of you dudes & I appreciate your genuine musical talent. Can’t wait to tour together.” The band has released a new single “Unbreakable“ which also allowed them to release a new music video which you can check out here and has been praised by all Of Mice & Men fans (new and old) and other band members have also complimented the new music. You can also check out the bands first live performance without Carlile here which happened to take place in Las Vegas, NV at Las Rageous. Austin Carlile has not yet addressed any of the tweets from ATTILA frontman Fronzilla. Check out the tweets below and let us know your thoughts!



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