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Review: Falling in Reverse - Just Like You

Review: Falling in Reverse - Just Like You
Rated:4/5

Falling in Reverse’s controversial 2013 disc, 'Fashionably Late,' alienated some fans with its electronica and rap influences. But with their new and third album, 'Just Like You,' frontman Ronnie Radke & Co. return to the sound they built their name on, delivering a tour de force effort that is equal parts melody and metallic heaviness. The band shines on cuts like opener “Chemical Prisoner,” a catchy rocker with soaring vocals, and “Guillotine IV,” a breakdown-laden pummeler. But more than just revisiting their past on 'Just Like You,' the group manages to breathe new life into their old sound. Post-hardcore fans will certainly enjoy what is Falling in Reverse’s strongest record to date.

Check out "God, If You Are Above..." from 'Just Like You' below.



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