Falling In Reverse kicked off the year with a brand-new single!
The popular rock band shared “ZOMBIFIED” on Wednesday (Jan. 5). The song, co-written by Ronnie Radke, Cody Quistad and Jon Lundin and produced by Tyler Smyth and Radke, finds the singer clapping back at cancel culture while using zombies as a metaphor for the media.
In the opening verse Radke sings, “the monsters aren’t living under your bed / they are the voices in your head / Zombified by the lies they’ve said / We’ve become the walking dead,” referencing how the media influences many people’s lives. “Oh no they’ll never let go / of something you said 10 years ago / they’re cancelling you / and they won’t stop till everybody’s / ZOMBIFIED,” Radke sings.
“You better shut your mouth / And bite your tongue / Cause you don’t wanna piss off anyone / We’re traumatized by the damage done / Welcome to America,” Radke continues to sing.
“ZOMBIFIED” was accompanied by a visually stunning music video, directed by Jensen Noen, which you can watch below.
“Zombified” will appear on Falling In Reverse’s upcoming EP, Neon Zombie. More details on the forthcoming EP are expected to be announced shortly.
In addition, fans can also pick up a Falling in Reverse “Zombified” shirt via the band’s merch store HERE.
Additionally, the Ronnie Radke led group are gearing up to kick off their first tour of New Year on January 13 in Atlanta, Georgia. The tour, dubbed Live From The Unknown and features support from Wage War, Hawthorne Heights and Jeris Johnson, runs through February 4, where it wraps up in Los Angeles at The Palladium.
See a full list of tour dates below and get your tickets now HERE.
Jan. 13 — Atlanta, Ga. — The Tabernacle
Jan. 14 — Nashville, Tenn. — Marathon Music Works
Jan. 15 — Cincinnati, Ohio — ICON
Jan. 17 — Pittsburgh, Pa. — Stage AE
Jan. 18 — Silver Spring, Md. — The Fillmore
Jan. 19 — Philadelphia, Pa. — The Fillmore
Jan. 21 — Boston, Mass. — Tsongas Center
Jan. 22 — New York, N.Y. — Hammerstein
Jan. 24 — Detroit, Mich. — The Fillmore
Jan. 25 — Chicago, Ill. — Aragon Ballroom
Jan. 26 — Minneapolis, Minn. — The Fillmore*
Jan. 28 — Kansas City, Mo. — The Uptown Theatre
Jan. 29 — Oklahoma City, Okla. — Diamond Ballroom
Jan. 30 — Dallas, Texas — Southside Ballroom
Feb. 1 — Phoenix, Ariz. — The Van Buren
Feb. 4 — Los Angeles, Calif. — The Palladium
*No Wage War