Fronz took to Twitter today to reach out to festival founder Kevin Lyman, revealing he has a business plan to see the pop punk pageant thrive.
“I really want to bring @VansWarpedTour back. Let’s set up a meeting soon @KevinLyman. I promise I won’t let you down,” he began.
“I’ve been in the music scene for over 15 years, I’ve built a legacy, I created a lifestyle, a record label, I even bought out my favourite record label growing up. I might as well take over my favourite tour & create a legacy for the future generations to come. The world needs it.
“I’ve honestly been thinking about this for 2 years now. In this time period, I’ve formulated a business plan and setup that would be viable for both bands and @VansWarpedTour itself. I have a chip on my shoulder and I wanna prove to the world that rock isn’t dead.”
Look, if there’s one person on the face of this earth that can rebuild not only Warped Tour but the legacy of rock as we know it, it’s the Fronz. In these dire times, we don’t need a role model, we need a bad motherfucker.”
We’re not quite sure how Lyman would feel about the business proposition. In a recent interview with Kerrang, he explicitly chalked down a chunk of Warped Tour’s issues to Attilla’s behaviour.
“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’,” Lyman shared. “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 [Fronz] says, maybe, is just more stupidity”