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Album Review

Serving as a kind of reintroduction to the band, Escape the Fate’s third album, the eponymous Escape the Fate, draws a line between the group's beginnings and its new life on a major label. Stepping up to the big leagues (in this case, Geffen) has definitely had an impact on Escape the Fate's sound. They worked with Linkin Park producer Don Gilmore here, resulting in their slickest and most “produced”-sounding album to date, with lots of electronic ambience and editing tricks working together to craft a highly polished yet darkly foreboding atmosphere. Helping to cultivate this ominous feeling is a shift in the band’s songwriting. While Escape the Fate are still an incredibly tight band, these songs feel like they’re more about impact than melody, with more of a focus on heavy, hard rock riffs than the tried and true driving pop harmonies of their first two albums. Fortunately for their fans, Escape the Fate handle change well, tweaking things enough that they sound fresh, but not so much that they’re completely unrecognizable from the band they used to be, creating a new listening experience for fans both new and old.

Customer Reviews


This is the absolute worst Escape the Fate album. The lyrics are absolute bull, and they've gone from possessing skill in instrumentals to sucking. They sold out big time. Talk about a big hype for no reason.


After much anticipation towards the release of this album, given the past albums have been truly amazing, this album was by far a huge disappointment. From first listen there are no single tracks that stand out as single material and in comparison to the past albums it just goes to show that Ronnie is a much better song writer. Their style has definitely changes on this album but for the worst. as for the production and engineering i can’t help but hear a couple of errors, especially within track 11 (The Aftermath) at 4.25 the instruments kick in but leaves it sounding like someone hit play on the tape machine and they caught that natural tape sound as it speeds up to a playable speed. I’m sure those of you out there who once had a tape player knows the sound that once you hit play within the middle of a song there is that split second sound of the song speeding up to a playable and readable pace. All in all this is truly a disappointment and can only hope that future productions are similar to their previous albums.

Omg yes ! Love it

I just love escape the fate and I am glad that they have released this album (; soooo pleased with it, they did a brilliant job, as usal :D


Formed: 2004 in Las Vegas, NV

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2004, Las Vegas post-hardcore group Escape the Fate prided itself, above all else, on an energetic and visceral live show. Following the demise of their previous band, singer Ronnie Radke and bassist Max Green recruited keyboardist Carson Allen, guitarist Omar Espinoza, and drummer Robert Ortiz. Debuting live barely one month after forming, the band found early success via local radio outlets and quickly amassed a devoted hometown following. By September 2005, Escape the Fate had won a...
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