Borrowing elements from hard rock and industrial music, Escape The Fate is best known for their self-titled, commercially successful album as well as for deriving influences for their songs from bands like The Used, Marilyn Manson, Metallica, System of a Down, Korn and more. Hailing from Sin City, Escape The Fate is one of the most notable and productive outfits in metal music. To date, they have five studio albums under their collective belts, with their first album, Dying Is Your Latest Fashion, leading the charge of success. The band has sold a million albums worldwide, and with their undeniable raw energy, they don't show any signs of slowing down. Escape The Fate often takes the stage of top-notch venues like the Bottom Lounge in Chicago, Illinois; The Crofoot Ballroom in Pontiac, Michigan; The Agora Theater in Cleveland, Ohio; Marlin Room at Webster Hall in New York, New York; The Chance in Poughkeepsie, New York; Crocodile Rock in Allentown, Pennsylvania; Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia; Joe's Grotto in Phoenix, Arizona; Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California; Manchester Club Academy in Manchester, U.K.; and more! Keep a close eye on all of Dope's upcoming live shows by signing up for event updates through StubHub today. And don't forget that StubHub offers the latest and greatest information on everything from seating charts to venue details to ticket availability.
Escape The Fate Background
Escape The Fate first took shape in 2004 in their hometown of Las Vegas. Escape The Fate only needed a year after their inception to raise antennae. By the fall of 2005, the band had landed a slot on My Chemical Romance's tour. And taking home the grand prize from a radio contest only helped to raise their profile on the tour. They also cinched a contract with Epitaph Records. The following year, Escape The Fate's first EP dropped titled, There's No Sympathy for the Dead. The EP yielded a pair of songs that later made their way onto Dying is Your Latest Fashion, which served as their debut full-length effort. In 2008, Escape The Fate's sophomore album arrived, This War Is Ours. The album spawned crowd pleasers like 10 Miles Wide, Something and The Flood. To support the effort, the band embarked on a tour, which included support from acts like William Control and Burn Halo. Later on that year, Escape The Fate met up with Hollywood Undead and Atreyu for a European and American tour. In the summer of 2010, Escape The Fate journeyed to Central and South America. They used the tour as a springboard to stir up some buzz for the release of their eponymous album. The album hit shelves in the late fall of 2010 and yielded singles like Issues and Massacre. The album also made its way to the charts, scoring the No. 25 spot. Throughout the 2010s, the band continued to stick to an aggressive tour schedule prior to issuing 2013's Ungrateful. Their latest effort, Hate Me, dropped in late 2015.
Escape The Fate Albums
Escape The Fate's discography is comprised of Dying Is Your Latest Fashion (2006); This War Is Ours (2008); Escape the Fate (2010); Ungrateful (2013); and Hate Me (2015). 2008's This War Is Ours entered Billboard's 200 at No. 35 while the band's eponymous effort made its way to No. 25 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on Hard Rock Albums.
Escape The Fate Trivia
Escape The Fate draws their musical inspiration from a variety of acts, including: Michael Jackson, Linkin Park, Blink 182, Thursday, Aerosmith, Guns n' Roses, Motley Crue, Underoath, Queen, Dio, Cannibal Corpse and more.
Escape The Fate Concert Experience
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