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Escape The Fate announce ‘This War Is Ours’ 10th anniversary tour

Posted in Misc., News, Rock with tags , , , , on 9th November 2018 by izaforestspirit

The American rock band Escape The Fate have announced that their ‘This War Is Ours’ 10th anniversary tour will come to Europe at the start of next year. The tour celebrating the 10th anniversary of the release of their debut album starts in The United States in December 2018. Then the European leg of the tour begins on 24th January 2019 in Bristol, The UK .

Here is the full schedule:

January 2019
Thu 24th – Bristol, UK, Thekla
Fri 25th – Manchester, UK, Gorilla
Sat 26th – Nottingham, UK, Rock City
Sun 27th – Dublin, Ireland, Voodoo Lounge
Mon 28th – Belfast, N. Ireland, Limelight 2
Tue 29th – Glasgow, Scotland, Garage
Thu 31st – Antwerp, Belgium, Zappa

February 2019

Fri 1st – Cologne, Germany, Kantine
Sat 2nd – Copenhagen, Denmark, Pumpehuset
Sun 3rd – Stockholm, Sweden, Fryshuset
Tue 5th – Helsinki, Finland, Nosturi
Thu 7th – Oslo, Norway, Parkteatreret
Fri 8th – Goteborg, Sweden, Sticky Fingers
Sat 9th – Hamburg, Germany, Grunspan
Sun 10th – Berlin, Germany, Bi Nuu
Mon 11th – Munich, Germany, Backstage Halle
Tue 12th – Prague, Czech Rep., Futurum
Thu 14th – Vienna, Austria, Szene
Fri 15th – Milan, Italy, Live Club
Sat 16th – Zug, Switzerland, Galvanik
Mon 18th – Paris, France, Le Trabendo
Tue 19th – Eidenhoven, Holland, Dynamo
Wed 20th – London, UK, Electric Ballroom
For more details visit:
http://www.escapethefate.com.
https://www.facebook.com/escapethefate/
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Escape The Fate – I Am Human

Posted in Alternative, CD, Rock with tags , , , on 26th May 2018 by Pieni

Escape The Fate
“I Am Human”
Alternative Rock
Released: 30th March 2018
Via Eleven Seven Music

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Escape The Fate have conquered a few million fans over the past decade with their modern alternative rock. That’s still the best way to describe their sound, although with “I Am Human” it has lost a bit of its original edge. One could say it’s heading towards a more mainstream direction, but let’s face it – they’ve always been down that road. But now there’s a refinement to it, a maturity that gives texture to all the catchiness and class to the briskness. Some of the guitar work has even hints of the eighties, the solos in “I Will Make It Up To You” and “Beautifully Tragic” being the most notorious.

On the other hand, we have more “up-to-date” tunes, such as “Empire”, featuring this decade’s trend of blending the most spirited anger with the most fetching melody. Speaking of melodies, the mandatory ballad comes in the form of “Bleed For Me”. Not exactly extraordinary, but it serves its purpose of touching your heart.

Touching are also the lyrics of “If Only”, contradicting the chirpy acoustic chords provided. The kind of song you associate with Summer camps, even if these usually don’t bear so much regret. “Let Me Be”, however, is lighthearted enough to make you want to dance to its rhythm and sing-along cheerfully.

The title-track is quite seductive, but my personal favorite is “Do You Love Me” – the bass in this album is so overlooked that it’s refreshing to feel its vibrancy in this song.

All in all is a pretty pleasant record. Its new path didn’t take such a dramatic detour – especially when you’re able to recognize the step forward it represents in song-writing – but indeed some of the most hardcore fans of the band may be disappointed. At the sane time, “I Am Human” is prone to gain them a handful of new ones.

3,5/5

by Renata “Pieni” Lino

Escape The Fate announce shows in Europe

Posted in News with tags , , , on 28th September 2013 by Pieni

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Currently touring the USA with Five Finger Death Punch, post-hardcore Escape The Fate will head to Europe afterwards. With the return of original bass player Max Green and Thomas “TJ” Bell resuming his duties on the rhythm guitar, the band will continue promoting the “Ungrateful” album on the following dates (including the Vans Warped Tour):

Nov. 9, Arena (Vans Warped Tour), Berlin, Germany
Nov. 10, Klokgebouw (Vans Warped Tour), Eindhoven, Netherlands
Nov. 11, Waterfront, Norwich, United Kingdom
Nov. 13, Queen Margaret Union, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Nov. 14, 02 Academy 2, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Nov. 15, Academy 2, Manchester, United Kingdom
Nov. 16, Alexandria Palace (Vans Warped Tour), London, United Kingdom
Nov. 17, Trix, Antwerpen, Belgium
Nov. 18, Essigfabrik, Cologne, Germany
Nov. 19, Strom Linienclub, Münich, Germany
Nov. 21, Cycle Club, Calenzano, Italy
Nov. 22, New Age, Treviso, Italy
Nov. 23, Festhalle (Vans Warped Tour), Berne, Switzerland
Nov. 24,Stadthalle (Vans Warped Tour), Vienna, Austria

Meanwhile, a video for the song “One For The Money” has been released:

Escape The Fate online:
http://www.escapethefate.com/
https://www.facebook.com/escapethefate
https://twitter.com/escapethefate
http://www.youtube.com/escapethefate