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This isn’t a song, this is a whole experience. Falling In Reverse Ignites with ‘Watch The World Burn’

“Falling In Reverse” achieved notable success with their single “Watch The World Burn,” released on January 31, 2023, through Epitaph Records. This song marked a significant milestone in the band’s career as it debuted on various major music charts. It entered at number 95 on the UK Singles Chart, number 77 on the Canadian Billboard Hot 100, and peaked at number 83 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. These chart entries were a first for the band, showcasing the track’s widespread appeal.

The music video for “Watch The World Burn” was directed by Jensen Noen and released simultaneously with the single. In this visually striking video, the band’s frontman, Ronnie Radke, portrays an anti-hero character drawing inspiration from Homelander of “The Boys” and “Injustice: Gods Among Us.” The video includes a variety of dramatic and symbolic elements, such as Radke skydiving from an exploding airplane and delivering a speech to an army, reminiscent of General Hux’s speech in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” In a controversial scene, a lookalike of ex-Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach is hit by laptops raining from the sky, referencing a Twitter dispute involving Bach and Radke. The video quickly gained popularity, achieving one million views on YouTube in just one day and reaching number one in global trends.

“Watch The World Burn” showcases a blend of rap and heavy metal elements, reflecting Falling In Reverse’s diverse musical style. The song’s significant mainstream success is particularly noteworthy in the rock and metal genres, where such widespread recognition is less common. Despite the band not releasing a full album since 2017’s “Coming Home,” their popularity has surged with the release of several successful singles, including “Popular Monster,” “Zombified,” and “Watch The World Burn.” Falling In Reverse has been actively touring, further solidifying their presence in the rock music scene‚Äč.

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