Falling In Reverse are up to something – UPDATED
UPDATE: Thursday, November 17 at 10:00 a.m. EST
Falling In Reverse frontman Ronnie Radke has posted yet another chilling teaser up on Twitter.
The number 17 flashes across the screen, and the only real hint we get in the 44-second video is the message "Hell is now among us," which he previously posted.
Since his original batch of Tweets, the only other cryptic message he's shared has read, "Abiit nemine salutato."
— RonnieRadke (@RonnieRadke) November 17, 2016
ORIGINAL POST: Saturday, November 12 at 11:38 a.m. EST
Falling In Reverse are teasing something—and it has fans freaking out.
Check out the details, seriously crazy posts and fan responses below!
Yesterday, three members cleared their Twitter accounts and unfollowed everyone. Frontman Ronnie Radke posted two cryptic, Latin messages on Twitter.
Ryan Seaman deleted his entire Twitter page, leaving two retweets from 2014 untouched. Christian Thompson deleted his Tweets and following and left one cryptic message.
Their Instagram accounts have similarly been “overridden,” with eerie images taking over their feeds.
Earlier this year, Radke told AP that Falling In Reverse would be releasing an album this year—and that it's going to be unlike anything they’ve done before.
“It’s a huge left turn,” he says. “It sounds like nothing we’ve ever done. Every song is very vibey, There’s more feeling in it instead of a lot of metal.”
The group’s last album, Just Like You, was released Feb. 24, 2015. So are they releasing new music? Fans aren't sure what to think.
Some are clearly confused by the mixed messages they are receiving.
A number of fans definitely think it’s new music.
Other fans think there is something more—some assume they were hacked, noting that the members deleted all of their Tweets and unfollowed everyone.
However, most have accepted the fact that we'll just have to wait it out and see…
What do you think Falling In Reverse are up to? Let us know in the comments!
Watch more: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Falling In Reverse drummer Ryan Seaman