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This release marks the debut of singer Craig Mabbit (ex-Bless The Fall). The blistering guitars, beyond heavy breakdowns, and in-your-face attitude remain, and the addition of Craig's epic vocal skills propel ETF beyond the fray. Produced by John Feldmann (The Used, Atreyu, Story Of The Year).

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 21, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph
  • ASIN: B001EOQU8W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,669 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. Benedict on June 3, 2009
Format: Audio CD
After reading the earlier reviews, they made me a little upset. This album is spectacular. I recently heard these guys in concert, and loved them. I think it is unfair to judge this album compared to the previous album. I think it is funny that people are asking them to change their name so they don't get confused. Just because you are too simple minded to understand and hear the difference between Ronnie and Craig, doesn't mean that they have to change the name of the band.

All albums should be judged independently of any other releases from the band. If this album is worth 5 stars, give it 5 stars, if it is worth 4, give it 4. But what you shouldn't do is give it a low amount of stars because you still have a crush on Ronnie. Let's remember, it isn't Craig's or ETF's fault Ronnie isn't in the band anymore.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DrumDude on June 19, 2011
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This is a pretty cool CD! the singer is great and theres cool guitar and drums! The songs are really catchy! Its kinda like metal/rock and everynow and then the guy will scream. The song "this war is ours" makes the whole cd worth buying!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Korre Schoffner on October 22, 2008
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ok first off let me say this album is great, the songs are catchy, the riffs are good and the vocals are great for what they are. Craig's voice has matured A LOT since bless the fall, I always thought his voice was a bit whiny in BTF but that is almost non existent in this album. My only gripe is this isn't the same band anymore. I realize they are trying to move on without ronnie, but they should of changed their name with their new singer. I have to say if i would of listened to this album without ever hearing of ETF or if you would have given me this c.d. and not told me it was ETF i would think it was phenomenal. but just the fact of knowing what they were and what they are i find myself being bias without wanting to. I can still hear a bit of the old ETF in the guitar style and drums. but 10 mile wide sounds like buck cherry in the second verses(just noticed that as i was writing review, sorry). but the vocals just aren't ETF. it's impossible for craig to mimic the vocal styles of ronnie and hearing him try them every once in a while especially in the flood just makes me cringe. If there trying to move away from the Ronnie Style ETF then that's great but stop doing the vocal tricks and give us some more metal like we want and stop creeping towards this pop-metal. I hope they realize this for there second album.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Morton on July 6, 2009
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Well It's not so much Post-harcore as it is a straight up rock n' roll band with metal tendencies...

Basically what Escape the Fate was when Ronnie was the front man was nothing more than a good, make that superb Motley Crue tribute band. But once Craig Mabbit left Bless The Fall and joined just in time to write and record This War Is Ours they changed their tune...and for the waaaayyyyyy better.

Craigs vocals mixed with Monte Money's suprisingly god like guitar playing brings to mind the memory of the guitarist/ front man teams of past like Steven Tyler and Joe Perry. Tracks like the album opening and bone crushing 'We Wont Back Down' and the angry, angst filled and deeply personal 'The Flood' destroy modern rock radio...and thank God for that. Softer ballads-ish tracks like the almost cheesey but just good enough to pass 'Ashley' and the melt in your mouth good 'Something' show balance. But it is tracks like the sequal 'This War Is Ours (The Guillotin Part II)' and '10 Miles Wide' featuring Buckcherrys Josh Todd on guest vocals that show what the band is really about.

Is This War Is Ours the best rock album in years....well if you ask me yes, yes it is. Hopefully the boys will keep it up now that Craigifer has taken over.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Laura on November 24, 2009
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Yes, Escape the Fate has a new lead singer (Ronnie is in jail). Craig is WAY better a singer now then he was in blessthefall. If you are a fan of Escape the Fate originally, then you will like this too, although it is different! You can tell it's still Escape the Fate, but like any other band they have changed over time.

This CD has everything someone with great music taste would love! All the songs are hard and fast. Even the "slow" song, Harder Than You Know, is unexpected and amazing!

My favorite song is "10 Miles Wide", but the least played song on my iTunes still has 65 plays (not counting the times I've listened to the CD straight up instead of on the computer)!

BUY THIS ALBUM!
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By Dorothy Moseley on November 16, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I admit, when I heard their first song The Flood, I was REALLY disappointed. But I listened to it more and more and I began to like it. Although the songs aren't as heavy and they sound nothing like before, I tried not to think of them as ETF and the sound grew no me. They still have that same energy and stage presences as before and, well it could be worse. Their band almost fell apart, so im happy their still making music.

I love You Are So Beautiful. I thought that song was gonna be BEYOND cheesy, but its actually pretty good. And their guitar sounds so much better on this cd!
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By sinjates on August 19, 2011
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First off I'll say "this is a good band". In my opinion this is not the best album they've made. Don't get me wrong it's a lot better than most stuff now adays, but in my opinion it is a little bit too "mushy" too much about love and that sort of thing. If you like heavy music with that kind of lyrical content you'll probably love this album, but in my opinion heavy music and mushy lyrics don't belong together. But it's not a bad album, I just prefer the more traditional heavy music on the self titled album. I think it's there best album.
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Escape the fates new singer
cuz Ronnie Radke is in jail for battery and probation violations ...
plus, he's a crack addict ...
and to top that off, he's an a-hole
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