Falling in Reverse Is Making An Explicit Statement With “The Drug in Me is You”

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Falling in Reverse have successfully presented a collection of amazing songs that express an adventure of self reflection in their new album “The Drug in Me is You”. The first song in the album, “Raised By Wolves”, seems to be saying to someone, Ronnie Radke, doesn’t really care anymore. “I learned that my fate is something I can’t escape,” was his way of expressing how he has learned to face the truth in his problems. The song is very upbeat and catchy, definitely a song to listen to with the windows down headed to a concert. In their second song of the album, “Tragic Magic”, is him basically telling the story of how he got kicked out of his old band and that they were no help to his addiction. He was in jail and they didn’t care that he overdosed and went to jail, so they replaced him without a second thought. This song is very upbeat compared to the lyrics which are incredibly sad and honest. “The Drug in Me is You” is the third song and also the albums name. Ronnie sings about how angry he is at his old band mates and how they were trying to get back together by all going on a tour. He’s always had the best lyrics and never disappoints to write a song that reaches deep inside the listener. My personal favorite song on the whole album is “I’m Not a Vampire”, because the whole song just has the best lyrics and makes you just want to scream it at the top of your lungs. There is a revamped version of this song by Falling in Reverse and personally the best song I have ever listened to. The orchestra, the lyrics, the passion in his voice and just the overall song is beautifully written and sung. This album is the best album I have ever heard. If you like alternative music I highly suggest this album. The link below is to listen to the album on Spotify.

https://open.spotify.com/album/1KwwS07TEbKS8r1rU4UUe4?si=6P1BpoulTCaPFR01VEXNbA