There's No Sympathy for the Deadby Escape the Fate
This Las Vegas quintet's initial claim to fame was winning a radio station contest and earning a slot opening for My Chemical Romance and Alkaline Trio. They've subsequently attracted an ever-expanding following due to their notoriously engaging live show. Listening to their debut five-song EP, it's easy to hear how their energetic brand of screamo might get Hot Topic teens all hot and bothered in a testosterone-fueled mosh pit. The ferocious drumming of Robert Ortiz drives the opening "Dragging Dead Bodies in Blue Bags Up Really Long Hills" with an invigorating rush of adrenaline. They switch things up on "The Ransom," slowing down the tempo a bit for a song that wouldn't sound out of place on the soundtrack of a Fast and the Furious flick. These guys certainly rock hard enough to get your average Warped Tour audience riled up to a fierce frenzy.
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- Epitaph / Ada
Performance CreditsEscape the Fate Primary Artist
Dave Holdredge Cello
Omar Espinosa Guitar
Ronnie Radke Vocals
Max Green Bass Guitar
Robert Ortiz Drums
Monte Money Guitar
Technical CreditsMichael "Elvis" Baskette Producer,Audio Production
Jef Moll Programming
Escape the Fate Composer
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Umm...so i pretty much adore ETF. They are one of my favorite bands "next to From First To Last of course!" I deeply encourage you to buy this album and their other album Dying Is Your Latest Fashion! Ronnie Radke is an AMAZING singer!
Dying is your latest fashion is a really, really good cd. Im in love with their songs. All of yall that like Escape the Fate should buy their cd's!!