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There's No Sympathy for the Dead

Escape the FateAudio CD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

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Escape The Fate is out for blood.

On their self-titled third album, the Las Vegas quartet rips, ravages and rocks like never before. Due out November 2nd via the band's new home of DGC/Interscope Records, Escape The Fate explodes on impact from the very first chord until the final battering crescendo. "Massacre" flips like a switchblade from Bryan "Monte" ... Read more in Amazon's Escape the Fate Store

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  • Audio CD (May 23, 2006)
  • Original Release Date: 2006
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph / Ada
  • ASIN: B000F3AJEY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,019 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

From Las Vegas, land of The Killers and Panic! At The Disco, comes this five-piece rock band that follows closer to the skull-jarring footsteps of Underoath and Senses Fail than to those of their hometown contemporaries. Without regret, the most captivating element of Escape the Fate is their incredibly energetic live show, something that the band feels is lost in the mix of most rock bands today.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Good Start August 8, 2006
Format:Audio CD
I'v luved Escape The Fate ever since i heard "The Guillotine" on purevolume. They have a unique sound and are fun to sing along to. I just saw them live at Warped Tour and they ROCKED!

Give em a try and im sure you will like them to.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Better than I Am Ghost May 24, 2006
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Format:Audio CD
Ok so I am really 18...In my opinion this band's way better than I am Ghost, the songs are catchier, it's way harder. Although I am Ghost is easily more unique. Being that Escape The Fate sounds like Atreyu and From First to Last, but it still has it's differences from the 2. My favorite song on the cd is There's no sympathy for the dead, and yes the lyrics are great, and the song is perfect for when your mad/sad, overall i give all the songs on this cd a 5, the songs make this band, in the top 5 of my favorite hardcore/metalcore bands.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bone Crusing EP! March 10, 2007
Format:Audio CD
I don't understand all the negative reviews on this band. Especially on the EP. There's No Sympothy For the Dead is not just another Screamo Cd. No. Anyone who says that is musically challenged. This album has unique qualities that throw the band in a category all of its own. The clean vocals are sorta Screamo sounding, but the screaming could easily be put on an As I Lay Dying album. The vocals are packed with harmonies. I've heard every screamo/emo band out there, and i'm not a fan of the stuff. I'm a metalhead. My tastes go from Devildriver to It Dies Today. And I throw this cd in that category. The drumwork isn't to complicated, but has really sweet little double-bass kicks that really add a lot to the music. The guitars harmonize with eachother a lot. Once again, nothing to complicated, but very fitting to the music. Max's bass playing is different from most bass playing that i've heard. He keeps it interesting. Not the same old boring "play with the guitar" style bass playing that i'm used to hearing.

Overall, very good EP. Good from start to finish. Heres a quick rating and description of the songs --

Dragging Dead Bodies(5/5)- Great opener. Starts of with a catchy snare drum roll, and intense guitar harmonies. When the snare roll ends and that little opening guitar riff kicks in you'll get chills. Trust me.

There's no Sympothy For The Dead(5/5)- Just a great Hard hitting tune. Great, Great lyrics and great screaming in this one.

The Ransom(5.5/5)- Great song!! The most mellow on the album, but still agressive. Very catchy chorus.

As Your Falling Down(4.5/5)- My least favorite, but still a great song. nice little guitar solo.

The guillotine(7/5)- THE best song on the EP by far. It's without a doubt the heaviest song on the album, but still holds that melodic escape the fate sound. I love the "depths of hell" screams in the end. Great headbanger!
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5.0 out of 5 stars This EP rocks my socks! May 24, 2006
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Truly phenomenonal mixture of today's hardcore, screamo, and excellent lyrics. Their live show is absolutely amazing and I would recommend that anyone near one of their shows be a part of it. I used to listen to the band practice in the drummer's garage, and I was there at their first show as a band - and to see how hard they have worked, how much passion for their music and their fans that they have shown, how far they have come, and what an impact they have made on the Las Vegas rock scene has truly been an honor to experience. Listen to the album - experience it for yourself.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Please enter a title for your review May 26, 2006
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Based on the generically cryptic, dark and humourless band name and cd title and the fact that it's on Epitaph, the label responsible for bringing us From First To Last and Matchbook Romance, I really didn't think I'd like this, but I changed my mind instantly when I heard the start of the first song. Unlike the vast majority of new bands in the emo and metalcore niches, Escape The Fate use the conventions of the genres within the context of solid songwriting rather than as a goal in and of themselves. They're not trying too hard "be metal" or "be emo" or dazzle you with superficial experimentalism, it's just solid riffs, melodies, and chord progressions. The drumming seems particularly organic for a band of this type, not very complex or creative, but with enough of an erratic edge to keep it from feeling robotic. The way they make the double-kick drumming work against the generally soft music of Dragging Dead Bodies... is inexplicable. I would generally hate such a device just on principle, seeing it as a pantywaist emo band's misguided contrived attempt at "being metal", but these guys have enough of a grasp of both rhythmmic heavyness and pleasantly melodic wussrock that they actually integrate the elements together in an effective way. The vocals are another thing they do inexplicably well, without deviating from typical commercial emo and metalcore styles. The clean singing is lacking melodic creativity, but the relative underproduction and willingness to not aspire to perfect professionalism, endearingly including the natural inhales at the end of lines while still hitting all the notes, downplays the robotic aspect of commercial-emo singing. The metalcore vocals, something being increasingly attempted by vocalists who can't pull it off, are surprisingly well done. Read more ›
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An excellent debut EP with a unique sound July 25, 2006
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I was pretty disappointed by the uninspired sophomore effort by From First to Last, "Heroine." What they should have done after releasing "Dear Diary My Teen Angst Has a Body Count" was go listen to some Killswitch Engage, Shadows Fall, and As I Lay Dying. If they had, they would have made this album -- "There's No Sympathy for the Dead." Instead, this is the debut EP from newcomer Escape the Fate.

This 5 track disc picks up where "Dear Diary" left off and improves on it in almost every way. Starting with the "murder-emo" charted by FFTL, Escape the Fate continues the themes of revenge, violence, and homicide in chillingly vivid lyrics. "Dear Diary" is not really an album; it's a few clever lines and soaring vocals, but most songs of the good songs are still repetitive, not to mention the 30-second fillers. On the other hand, "There's No Sympathy for the Dead" makes full use of its five short tracks to show that this band has serious potential.

What sets this band apart from others is its successful incorporation of metalcore elements to the more traditional screamo/post hardcore sound. Double-kick bass drums, drop-tuned dual guitars, and the fluid shift between anthemic vocals and growls puts Escape the Fate in a class by itself.

In all this is a fantastic start, and I anticipate good things from their full length debut, scheduled for release later this year.
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