Falling in Reverse Drummer to Join Matchbook Romance on Warped Tour


Falling in Reverse are going to be down a member this Summer, but before fans of the group can start getting upset about it, it’s only going to be temporary. Plus, FIR have begun their own personal “summer break.”

Today (June 9), it was announced that FIR drummer, Ryan Seaman, will be hitting the Vans Warped Tour this Summer, but not with his band. Instead, the sticksman is going to be playing drums for Matchbook Romance as they make their return to the touring circuit.

Seaman will begin his time as Matchbook Romance’s drummer on June 23 in Mesa, AZ at Quail Run Park and will conclude his trek alongside the Poughkeepsie band on July 8 in Virginia Beach at the Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach.

After the Virginia Beach date, Matchbook Romance drummer Aaron Stern will return to his place behind the drum kit on the traveling rock show.

In a statement, Seaman revealed that this was the best way for him to repay the band for what in a way led to the formation of Falling in Reverse (Seaman meeting FIR frontman Ronnie Radke).

“I actually met Ronnie on a tour that my old band did with Matchbook 10 years ago and who would have ever thought that one day Ronnie and I would be in a band together, all based on a night in Las Vegas at House of Blues. Matchbook needed a trustworthy friend to fill in, and I owe a lot to these guys.

And since Falling In Reverse have the summer off and was okay with me doing this, I feel like now is a better time than ever to help out people that first helped out me. I’m really pumped on seeing you all out there. Come say hi if you see me!”

Matchbook Romance are slated to play the complete Warped Tour while Falling in Reverse recently wrapped up their “Ronnie Radke’s Three Ring Circus Tour” last Friday (June 5).

Aaron Gillespie to Drum for Paramore on Tour


News that Aaron Gillespie, former drummer for Underoath and frontman of The Almost  would be taking over the drumming duties during Paramore’s upcoming tour has slightly been exaggerated by social media. Paramore just confirmed that the sticksman would only be filling in during selected dates of the tour while in Europe.

The band’s live drummer, Miles McPherson had gotten seriously injured in a golf cart accident where he lost control of a golf cart, which flipped on top of him and dragged him by the face for approximately 20 feet. It’s only safe to assume that due to McPherson’s injuries, Gillespie will be on the tour for a little while.

Rumors began earlier today when Paramore posted on their Instagram a picture of a red trunk with Underoath written on it as well as what looks like bright yellow electric tape with Paramore written in black sharpie. This only led to the talk that someone form Underoath would be joining and eventually  they confirmed it would be Gillespie.


For now, check out the tour dates for ALL of Paramore’s upcoming tour and let us know if you’ll be getting the chance to see Gillespie back behind the kit.


Sept 2 –  The O2 Point – Dublin, Ireland
Sept 4 – iTunes Festival – London, UK
Sept 5 – Heineken Music Hall – Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sept 7 – Le Zenith – Paris, France
Sept 8 – Komplex – Zürich, Switzerland
Sept 10 – Paladozza – Bologna, Italy
Sept 11 – Kesselhaus – München, Germany
Sept 13 – Columbiahalle – Berlin, Germany
Sept 14 – Pier 2 – Bremen, Germany
Sept 16 – Mitsubishi Electric Halle – Düsseldorf, Germany
Sept 18 – Hugenottenhalle – Neu-Isenburg, Germany
Sept 20 – MEN Arena – Manchester, UK @
Sept 21 – Motorpoint Arena – Cardiff, UK @
Sept 23 – LG Arena – Birmingham UK @
Sept 24 – Capital FM Arena – Nottingham UK @
Sept 27 – Wembley Arena – London, UK @
Sept 28 – Wembley Arena – London, UK @
Oct 15 – Key Arena – Seattle, WA ^%
Oct 16 – PNE Forum – Vancouver, BC ^
Oct 18 – HP Pavilion – San Jose, CA ^%
Oct 19 – Honda Center – Anaheim, CA ^%
Oct 22 – Save Mart Center – Fresno, CA ^%
Oct 23 – Viejas Arena – San Diego, CA ^%
Oct 26 – Grand Prairie Verizon Theatre – Dallas, TX ^%
Oct 27 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Houston, TX ^%
Oct 29 – Independence Events Center – Kansas City, MO ^%
Oct 30 – Fabulous Fox Theater – St. Louis, MO ^%
Nov 1 – Austin360 Amphitheater – Austin, TX ^%
Nov 2-3 – Voodoo Music + Arts Experience – New Orleans, LA
Nov 4 – BB&T Center – Ft. Lauderdale, FL ^%
Nov 5 – UCF Convocation Center – Orlando, FL ^%
Nov 8 – Susquehanna Bank Center – Camden, NJ ^%
Nov 9 – Patriot Center – Fairfax, VA ^%
Nov 11 – Sands Bethlehem Event Center – Bethlehem, PA ^%
Nov 13 – Madison Square Garden – New York, NY ^%
Nov 15 – DCU Center – Boston, MA ^%
Nov 17 – Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, CT ^%
Nov 18 – Bell Centre – Montreal, QU ^&
Nov 20 – Theatre at Air Canada Centre – Toronto, ON ^&
Nov 21 – The Palace Of Auburn Hills – Detroit, MI ^%
Nov 23 – Roy Wilkins Auditorium – St. Paul, MN ^%
Nov 24 – UIC Pavilion – Chicago, IL ^%
Nov 26 – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN ^%
Nov 27 – The Arena at Gwinnett Center – Atlanta, GA ^%
Jan 9 – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – Brisbane, Australia #
Jan 11 – Allphones Arena – Sydney, Australia #
Jan 12 – Myer Music Bowl – Melbourne, Australia #
Jan 14 – Adelaide Entertainment Centre – Adelaide, Australia #
Jan 16 – Perth Arena – Perth, Australia #

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