Falling In Reverse’s Ronnie + Sebastian Bach Have Been Verbally Bashing Each Other Over The Use Of Backing Tracks

Ronnie Radke: Falling In Reverse Facebook / Sebastian Bach: Sebastian Bach Facebook
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Strap on in folks, because there is more beef and complaining over the “controversial” use of backing tracks. While some folks truly don’t care whether or not an artist/band uses backing tracks, there are those who seem to loathe the idea.

One of those folks seems to be radio personality Eddie Trunk; in the past, Trunk has made it clear how much he is against the idea of backing tracks. Hell, there was a bunch of drama earlier this year when he called out a band for using pre-recorded tracks. Well, as of more recently, Eddie has called out that of Falling In Reverse.

You may have recently read that Falling In Reverse ended up having to cancel a show of theirs due to missing laptops; some in the metal community got a kick out of this, hearing that a metal band could not perform without their laptops. When Trunk heard about this, he initially thought it was a joke; but upon hearing that it was true, he ended up writing on social media how he really felt about the matter.

Falling In Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke came across what Eddie had to say and wrote the following via his Twitter:

.@EddieTrunk so you wanna talk hella Shit about laptops but go watch kiss lip sync, Steven Tyler plays the piano then half way through the song he stands on top of piano while it sill plays yet here we are acting like they all don’t use tracks you fucking idiot. Literal moron”

Radke then went on to tweet:

“why am I not seeing any bands besides literally Nikki Sixx defending this situation? You all use tracks LMAO”

Ronnie then tweet’d out:

.@EddieTrunk introducing @sebastianbach using tracks, both idiots talking Shit about me using tracks can’t make this shit up.”

Upon tagging Sebastian Bach, the ex-Skid Row singer responded with the following:

“Wow dummy are you trying to say that you believe that I use tracks on stage? @EddieTrunk how f****** funny is this”

At some point, Ronnie tweet’d out, “.@sebastianbach @eddietrunk and any other literal clown: I guess Queen isn’t real Rock since in 1986 they used full tracks to play bohemian rhapsody and walked off stage”

In response to this, Bach tweet’d:

Laptops were not invented in 1986 tho 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 2 cancel the show? How did this clip happen without laptops isn’t that impossible?”

You can find all these tweets below. What is your opinion when it comes to the use of backing tracks?