Bone Crew (Attila) Premiere “Stack It” Video

Bone Crew, the trap metal project featuring Attila frontman Chris Fronzak and rapper Da Boi J, have premiered a new video for their song “Stack It.” This track is from the band’s new album “Manifest,” which is available now.

Bone Crew (Attila) To Release New Album “Manifest” This Month

Bone Crew, the trap metal project featuring Attila frontman Chris Fronzak and rapper Da Boi J, have announced that their new album “Manifest” will be released on October 30. Pre-orders for that effort can be found HERE.

“Manifest” Track Listing:

01. “Stack It”
02. “Roll”
03. “Good Vibes”
04. “Make Em Hate”
05. “Dead Inside” (feat. Riff Raff)
06. “Smd”
07. “Big Bank”
08. “Go”
09. “No Friends” (feat. Riff Raff)
10. “On A Mission”
11. “Top”

Attila’s Chris Fronzak On His Attempt To Resurrect Vans Warped Tour: “For Legal Reasons Warped Tour Can’t Come Back For At Least Another Three Years”

Attila’s Chris Fronzak previously expressed a desire to resurrect the Van Warped Tour, but now it appears the situation is more complicated than previously thought. During an interview with No Jumper, the frontman said the cost was “a little beyond what [he] had at the moment” and that Kevin Lyman told him that “Warped Tour can’t come back for at least another three years or so” due to “legal reasons.” He also added: “Hopefully I’m the one that brings it back because I have a really good idea for how to make it sustainable and make it bigger than it’s ever been.”

[via Lambgoat]

Attila Frontman Chris Fronzak Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

Attila’s Chris Fronzak has been accused of sexual misconduct. A woman recently called out the frontman in a series of tweets:

Fronzak then responded with two video clips saying:

“Hey what’s up this is Fronz and as you know there’s always two sides to every story. So here’s my side: first things first, I am not a pedophile, I have 0 desire to hook up with anyone underage and I’m strongly against that. At the end of 2018, my band was on tour in Europe and when we were on tour in Austria I met up with a girl named Roxy Vienna. I didn’t seek this girl out, she was simply in my green room, already drinking. We had some drinks together, we had a really good time.

And as things started to heat up, I asked her her age in which she proceeded to tell me she was above age. I checked her ID, in which she had a fake ID that said she was above age. We hooked up, that was that. Flash forward a year later it’s 2019—end of 2019, we’re back on tour in Europe. She comes out with her friend—they always come out together. It’s fun, we vibe, we drink. Once again they’re backstage, already drinking.

You guys know me, I’m in Attila, I’m very hospitable. Any guys, girls, guests—I’m always giving them drinks. I’m not forcing people to get drunk. I just want everyone to be happy and comfortable, that’s it. So we’re having a great night, once again, not a big deal, no one was blackout drunk. We had an early bus call that night so we didn’t hook up. And the next day Roxy messages me saying ‘I really regret not hooking up with you, me and my friend want to come out again to another date, so we can do it.’

And it’s at this point where she explains to me that she in fact lied about her age a year ago. Which was really offsetting and I’m upset about myself for knowing that and still hanging out with her, but we had a good time that night, once again, nobody was blackout. We hooked up and that was that. Since then we still talk. We’ve FaceTimed since that tour. We text, she sends memes in my messages and stuff. And I think that’s part of why I’m confused right now.

But I also have very strong reason to believe that my ex-girlfriend is playing a very large role in this—in fact I know she is. She’s very upset at me because I cheated on her. And I regret that, I made a mistake, I cheated on you. I’m sorry. But I really don’t think that this is a justifiable cause to come out here and try to ruin my life because you’re upset that I cheated on you.

Because I know that you’re teaming up with Roxy to do this and it’s making me really upset. Like, I’m very proud of what I do and everything I do is to support my family and my children. And you’re really… it’s really messing with me and I’m really upset. But that’s all I’m gonna say. I’m not gonna further dive into this topic right now. But I do have a lawyer, so if anyone has any additional concerns, I will happily link you to my lawyer and that’s all I have to say about this situation.”

He also added:

Fronzak’s ex-girlfriend also accused him of grooming another girl:

She also added:

Attila drummer Bryan McClure has since been accused of sexual misconduct as well:

[via The PRP]

Senses Fail’s Buddy Neilsen Calls Out Attila’s Chris Fronzak Over His Adult Film Content

Senses Fail’s Buddy Nielsen and Attila’s Chris Fronzak have been feuding ever since Nielsen called out Fronzak in 2014 for his use of homophobic slurs. Now, as reported by The PRP, Neilsen has reignited the fight after slamming Fronzak for his recent adult film content:

Adult performer Rocky Emerson also chimed in:

In the midst of the conversation, Neilsen also commented on the sexual assault allegations against Austin Carlile (ex-Of Mice & Men):

Emerson continued:

John Fenton of Fronzak‘s Stay Sick Recordings also jumped in:

Fronzak has since offered another response:

Metal Musicians Blast Mattie Montgomery (Ex-For Today) For Controversial Comments On Abortion

Prior to their breakup in 2016, members of the Christian metalcore group For Today generated controversy on numerous occasions and now former frontman Mattie Montgomery is back in the headlines for his controversial opinions on abortion. He tweeted the following:

Unsurprisingly, a number of metal musicians have taken issue with Montgomery’s comments including Attila’s Chris Fronzak, Cane Hill’s Elijah Witt, Emarosa’s Matthew Marcellus, and Hundredth’s Chadwick Johnson:

Chris Fronzak (Attila) Releases New Solo Track “Corona”

Chris “Fronzilla” Fronzak (Attila) has released a new single titled “Corona.” This track features $teven Cannon and it includes additional production work by Michael “Morgoth Beatz” Montoya (Winds Of Plague) and Purps Beats.

Bone Crew (Attila) Finish New Album

Bone Crew, the project featuring Chris Fronzak (Attila) and Da Boi J, have officially finished the recording process for their new album. The band confirmed the news on Instagram:

Attila’s Chris Fronzak Wants To Keep Vans Warped Tour Alive

The Vans Warped Tour officially ended after several 25th anniversary events earlier this year, but it looks like Attila’s Chris Fronzak has a plan to keep it alive. He tweeted the following about that:

This news comes after Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman recently discussed the touring festival’s demise on Kerrang!‘s “Inside Track” podcast:

“‘Warped Tour‘ was not feeding my soul and my heart as much as you put in. Because ‘Warped Tour‘ was 90% about the community and 10% about the money, it really was.

And some people I’m sure will say bullshit, but it’s true. I built that because I wanted to keep people coming to see live music. I wanted to build a community… And I’d lost that, that spirit was taken out of me for multiple reasons.”

He also added the following about Attila specifically:

“And then people would come up to me and say ‘Well I don’t wanna be on ‘Warped Tour‘ cause Attila‘s on ‘Warped Tour‘. And I’d say ‘have you met the guys on Attila‘ [and they’d say] ‘No, I just don’t like their music. ‘suck my fuck’, what the fuck is that?’ I’m going ‘look we’re not here to judge each others music. The fans will judge each others music. Attila brings people. Do I personally run around singing ‘suck my fuck?’ No. Do you? No.’

But you know what… They’re good musicians and they’re not bad people. I’ve never seen them do a bad thing to someone. Some of the stuff he [Attila‘s Chris Fronzak] says, maybe, is just more stupidity [laughs.]

But if you sit with him, he has a reason because he says some things and it may not agree with your reason, but that was the… You could have diverse opinions and we’re only a microcosm of society now, because we can’t accept diverse opinions in the same room.”

[via The PRP]