Sebastian Bach recently got into a major Twitter feud with Falling in Reverse singer Ronnie Radke about the latter's use of backing tracks onstage, which quickly devolved into a debate about what constitutes "real live music"...and also saw the two call each other "idiot" and "dummy."
Throughout, other rock world players took sides - SiriusXM DJ Eddie Trunk was the first to call Radke out on the use of tracks, while Nikki Sixx came to the singer's defense, writing on Twitter, "God forbid if some artists use technology as a creative tool on albums and in live settings."
Now, industrial rocker and Dope front man Edsel Dope has taken to his official Instagram with a long message intended to bring the two warring factions together. After defending Radke's position (as well as his band's music), Dope writes, "Truth be told, you actually have a good deal in common. You both are incredible singers and super high-energy characters, with attitude and charisma to spare."
"I think that the 2 of you should have a beer together and listen to some Black Sabbath really loud," Dope writes. "I predict that you'll have your arms around each other before the first chorus is over."
You can read Dope's full post below.