Max Green


Max Green was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States on December 15th, 1984 and is the Bassist. At the age of 38, Max Green biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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December 15, 1984
United States
Place of Birth
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
38 years old
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Guitarist, Singer
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Max Green Career

Green is best known for his work in Escape the Fate. He left the band and joined Falling in Reverse which he also left only months after joining. He is now the founder of a band called Violent New Breed.

Green formed Escape the Fate with Ronnie Radke and Monte Money in mid-2002. After joining the post-hardcore music scene in Las Vegas, the band managed to win a contest to open up for My Chemical Romance which led to the band signing with Epitaph Records and recorded their first album, Dying Is Your Latest Fashion, which was released in September 2006. Following the expulsion of Ronnie Radke, the band replaced Radke when he was sent to prison, with Craig Mabbitt from Blessthefall, and released their second album, This War Is Ours. After many international tours, the band had garnered popularity worldwide and signed with major label Interscope Records. They made their major label debut with their third album, titled Escape the Fate, in November 2010.

In November 2010, Green overdosed on heroin, and was removed from Escape the Fate. This resulted in the band being forced to cancel their tours in Europe with Bullet for My Valentine. Soon after the cancellation of these tours, it was widely rumored that Green had left the band. Green later returned to the band.

On March 4, 2012, Max Green stated on his Twitter account that he was no longer playing in Escape the Fate due to personal and musical differences. Mabbitt hinted in an interview with Alternative Press that Green's departure was due to drugs. TJ Bell, former rhythm guitarist of Motionless in White, replaced Green in the position of bassist.

After his departure from Escape the Fate, Green joined as rhythm guitarist and vocalist of the band The Natural Born Killers with Clayton Ryan as lead vocalist (formerly with A Smile From The Trenches), Brent Ashley as bassist (formerly with Wayne Static Current), Philip Kross as lead guitarist (formerly with Vampires Everywhere) and Farahn Gaiter as drummer (formerly with In The Name Of). The band played their first show on May 6, 2012, in Hollywood.

On October 6, 2012. the band released their debut EP "Oblivion" and after Max Green left in late 2012, the band disbanded.

On July 10, 2013, Green reunited with Escape the Fate for a one-off show playing This War Is Ours. In July of that year, Green announced during an interview to Alternative Press that he had been sober for 58 days and that the "old Max is back".

It was announced on September 16, 2013, that Green would be returning to bass for Escape the Fate's tour with Five Finger Death Punch; Green was brought back when the band's guitarist, Monte Money, had refused to go on tour.

On October 28, 2013, Craig Mabbitt announced in an interview with Ronnie Radke that Green was officially back in Escape the Fate, with Max joining as the bassist/backing vocalist, TJ Bell moving to rhythm guitarist, and Kevin Thrasher joining as the lead guitarist.

On May 9, 2014, Green announced his second departure from the band, citing lack of fulfillment and passion as reasons.

On May 12, 2014, it was announced that Green had joined Ronnie Radke's band, Falling in Reverse, Along with Green's arrival, Falling in Reverse bassist Ron Ficarro will be exiting the band.

“Ron was probably the best bass player I've ever played with,” says Ronnie Radke, “but at this moment in time I feel it is best to part ways with him. I respect him and wish nothing but the best for him. Max quitting Escape the Fate was like a godsend. It was a no brainer to have him join. I've known him half my life and this will be a great new chapter to start."

Green adds: “Reuniting with longtime friend Ronnie Radke in his band Falling in Reverse feels nothing but right at this time in my life. I look to forward to playing shows and creating memories together again with him and his amazing band of bros.”

On June 11, 2014, the band covered the Green Day song, "She's A Rebel", for a Kerrang! tribute album.

On October 6, 2014, a month before the Black Mass tour with Black Veil Brides started, it was announced that Green had left the band due to personal issues unrelated to the band. The departure was amicable.

In 2013 before rejoining Escape the Fate, Max formed a band called Violent New Breed and released 2 demo tracks titled "Here We Are" and "Freight Train".

After parting ways with Escape the Fate and a short stint with Falling in Reverse in 2014, Green began Violent New Breed the following year. Shortly after its launch, he gave a preview of the new project with several demos including "Only the Strong Survive", "Casket Dream" and "Devil’s Deal".

In 2016, Violent New Breed set out on their first tour as well as issuing their debut six-song self-titled EP with Green as vocalist and rhythm guitarist, Mikey Alfero as lead guitarist, Brent Ashley as bassist and Glenn Crain as drummer.

After a period of time off, the group announced this May that they would be returning with an entirely new lineup. Green as bassist/backing vocalist, Sean Russell as vocalis/lead guitarist, Shawn McGhee as rhythm guitarist and Charlie Nicholson as Drummer.

The band marked their comeback by recruiting Light the Torch vocalist Howard Jones for “Bury Me” their first single off Bad Reputation.

Following second single “Before I Fall” in August, they're now sharing a third, “Worth It.” The new track mixes emotion-tinged melodic vocals with face-melting riffs, striking the perfect balance. That balance was also felt in the studio, with Green revealing the production solidified his excitement in his new lineup.

Days ahead of their premiere album release and the first collection of work with their new lineup, the band are now sharing “Crazy" video The track opens with muted riffs before blasting into high-energy instrumentation with gritty vocals.

The band's full-length, "Bad Reputation", released on October 25, 2019, via SBG Records.

In late 2019, the lead Singer left the band, leaving the band in a hiatus. In December 2021, the band posted on their Instagram a completely new line up, with Max still playing bass.

Career as manager and producer

Green was a judge at a local battle of the bands held at University Theatre in Las Vegas, Nevada, where the Seventh Plague was competing. He began managing them; he later managed the bands Witness the Forecast, and Secrets Kept in Suicide. In 2013 he produced the band The Culprit. In 2015 Green managed the band With Full Force.