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Escape The Fate

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Editorial Reviews

2010 release, the third album from the Las Vegas quartet. Escape The Fate explodes on impact from the very first chord until the final battering crescendo. "Massacre" flips like a switchblade from Bryan "Monte" Money's calculated shredding to Craig Mabbitt's hypnotic vocals. Escape The Fate is more alive now than ever and they're coming to take rock 'n' roll back. They recorded the album with legendary producer Don Gilmore [Linkin Park, Bullet for My Valentine] in Spring 2010 at NRG and Pan Am Studios in Los Angeles.


1. Choose Your Fate
2. Massacre
3. Issues
4. Zombie Dance
5. Gorgeous Nightmare
6. City of Sin
7. Day of Reckoning
8. Lost in Darkness
9. Prepare Your Weapon
10. World Around Me
11. The Aftermath (G3)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 2, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph Records / DGC / Interscope
  • ASIN: B0042UEMSA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #302,547 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By SweetCheeks on November 17, 2010
Format: Audio CD
ok soo, i was totally shocked when i saw that this album had a 3 star rating on amazon. I seriously couldn't stop listening to it from the minute i got it and I don't know what people were complaining about. How "they've changed" and stuff. I've been a huge fan of escape the fate ever since their first album and ok, Ronnie's gone, but they're still escape the fate and EVERY band changes from when they started. This is just another step for this band i think its even an improvement from the last album (which i loved).

Basically the major changes are that they have a little more electronic sound to some of the songs (not to much so its good), and there's like a guitar solo in every song!! so great. i knew bryan money was good but he totally shows off in this album and it sounds amazing. ESPECIALLY in the third Guillotine (the aftermatch) where there's like a minute of guitar insanity. There's also some more hardcore parts in the album which i'm really into. Every song is intense and there's even a slower song (world around me) where Craig Mabit shows his vocals and is a perfect build up to the next song. Perfect.

Yea, this is a one sided review but i honestly didn't find another side except that maybe there isn't enough depth to the lyrics, i donno.

In any case, if you liked the last album or if you're a fan of the band you have to buy it. it wont dissapoint
comon guys... 3 stars?????
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Wonderham on February 12, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I understand people get upset about member changes in a band, but it happens. The people in the band have to get along with each other, and work as an equal or it never will work out. If Craig wasn't apart of Escape The Fate I don't think Escape The Fate would be where they are today. I think Craig has made the band better. You can disagree with me, but Craig is one of the nicest people in the music industry you will ever know. He doesn't diss his fans he is there for them. I like both of the albums that Craig is on vocals the same as each other. It's time to get over Ronnie being out of the band, because it's been a few years now. It's time to move on, and let Craig shine. My favorite songs on this album are:
1. Zombie Dance
2. Gorgeous Nightmare
3. City of Sin
4. Lost in Darkness
5. The Aftermath (G3)
It's hard choosing my favorite songs on this album, because I like them all the same. Escape The Fate is great at what they do.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LadyAtTheGate on December 12, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I will preface this by saying that I have listened to and liked BlesstheFall, Escape the Fate(with Ronnie), Escape the Fate(with Craig), and Falling in Reverse. And so as I listened to this album I initially had high hopes.

Overall most of the songs sound reminiscent of any standard rock band of the 80's-90's. A good portion of the songs have a similar sound. It is actually difficult while listening to distinguish when one song has ended and the next track has begun. After listening to the album for a few weeks however, it does grow on you.

If you like instrumental intros you will probably like "Choose Your Fate." It's simple, short, and different than their usual tracks.

Their first single "Issues" is one of the better songs on the disc but it's nowhere near as catchy and unique as past songs like "Situations" and "10 Miles Wide."

At first "Zombie Dance" was the only song that I liked but this song is a bit softer in sound and more akin to a pop song than a distinctive metal track. In essence it's definitely not for the men in the audience.

"Lost in Darkness" and "World Around Me" are two slower songs that break up the monotony of the album. These two songs are fairly similar though. "Lost in Darkness" probably could have been cut and replaced with a harder song and it wouldn't have been missed.

The worst song on the album is by far, "Sin City." The sound of the intro is somewhat appealing but the lyrics have to be some of the most vapid that I have heard in a long time. ("C'mon c'mon shake your money maker. Take take your time do it right tonight. Double down another round. Everybody wears a crown. Wasted space on my face. Headin' into outerspace"). How exactly are we supposed to take that seriously?

My general impression is that this album isn't bad but I definitely expected more from what was previously a unique sounding group of musicians.
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By Murmaider on May 30, 2012
Format: Audio CD
I bought this in February '11 after reading an article about their guitarist in Guitar World. Never heard of the band, but they made it sound like a good record so I went out and bought it.
Great album, I loved the intro " Choose Your Fate " and how it gradually melts into " Massacre " and the re-appearance of the piano in the end, and the rest of the album is solid. However; I bought this during a really dark time in my life, so that could be why I liked it so much but I still enjoy putting this record on every now and then.
If you liked this record, you probably won't like This War Is Ours very much or Dying is Your Latest Fashion. Both of which I own, I figured since THIS record is great, maybe the others by the same group will be, but I was pretty wrong. Not to say I hate both records- because I listen to to them- but they were definetly a lot softer than this one; perhaps because the band was growing up, it usually takes the first two records for a band to find who they are; mind you, bands are people too and especially for these guys who were practically still kids when they started out. That being said, it's a perfect 'transition' album especially for a band that's made themselves famous in the ages 12-18 demographic because you can actually see them still being around 10 years from now instead of slowly burning out as the kids grew up; this change may have possibly been the different record label and the help of Don Gilmore ( who by the way is a genious, everytime he works with bands they come out better than ever before ).
HOWEVER, the quality of music doesn't seem to be what made this band famous; if you go on Youtube and read the comments you find a lot of comments along the likes of " Oh my God, ( member's name here ) is SOOOOO hot!! " and ect.
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