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Escape the Fate
13 days ago
We have a VIP "Tour Bus Hang" on sale for our UK/EU run!
Get your VIP upgrades and tickets at
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see you there!
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Out Of The Shadows [Teal LP]
$21.11
Chemical Warfare
$12.49
I Am Human
$13.77
Hate Me
$14.30
There's No Sympathy For The...
$9.65
Escape The Fate
$20.44
Escape The Fate
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Escape the Fate at Plano, TX in The Lexus Box Garden at Legacy Hall 2024
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Fan Reviews

Zachary
May 24th 2024
Absolutely AMAZING. The orchestra they played with was so talented and just ETF themselves as well. The way they started off the concert literally gave me chills. Not to mention the visuals on the screens behind them helped aid the music as well and overall just an awesome experience. Loved all the covers too, and also discovered some new music to listen to. My throat hurt so bad after screaming so many lyrics but it was so worth it. Not to mention how we all were cheering one more song at the end and they actually came back on and played THE BLACK PARADE. Like holy shit. And they played it so well too, I don’t even know if it was spontaneous and if they planned to originally or smth. Anyways, 10/10 band, 10/10 orchestra, 11/10 performance
Boise, ID@
The Egyptian Theatre
Robert
November 22nd 2023
This was my 3rd time seeing and 2nd time meeting Escape The Fate, they gave me a signed poster and Kevin Thrasher gave me his guitar pick.. they've been my first band obsession since I was 14 and I will always love and support them no matter what, they're mosh pits will always be awesomely wild and I look forward to more of they're next upcoming shows! 💀🔥💀🔥💀🔥
New York City, NY@
Webster Hall
Robert
September 14th 2023
Truly amazing show, sound quality and atmosphere were perfect. This is the second time I have seen Escape the Fate this year and it was great being able to fully hear the vocals unlike the first venue. I primarily came to see Point North but the whole show was five stars and the other acts kept the energy up. Food was delicious and our server was fantastic and extremely attentive the entire show. Second time at Jergel’s and consider it to be one of the best concert venues in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area. I will be back in the future.
Warrendale, PA@
Jergel's Rhythm Grille
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About Escape the Fate

ESCAPE THE FATE is a three-word phrase synonymous with heavy rock n’ roll and hooks, post-hardcore with weight, and unrelenting genre-redefining anthems built for diverse audiences. Over a decade into their young career, they have proven to move crowds equally at major rock radio festivals, the legendary Vans Warped Tour, or on the road with Five Finger Death Punch.

NEW ALBUM is the sound of a band that’s more comfortable in their own skin than ever, recharged for the next era of their career, reinvigorated, and redefined, without losing any edge.

“I hope that people think of Escape The Fate as a good time, but a good time in a better way,” singer Craig Mabbitt explains. “We want people to connect deeply with the music and disappear in it. Get lost and then return from the album, or show, feeling inspired about themselves. We want to make people feel better about life, to know they can take on all of its hardships. That’s what the music does for us as a band. That’s what we want it to do for the audience, too.”

Mabbitt, Thrasher, TJ Bell, and Robert Ortiz have each been making music, and on the road, before they were old enough to drive. Almost ten years into the group’s best known and longest lasting incarnation, ESCAPE THE FATE is poised to shatter all preconceived notions about the past, with a bold step forward into their future. It’s not their storied and beloved music, which regularly captures roughly 2 million listeners across streaming services each month, that requires any distance. It’s the decadence, drama, and retrograde “bad boy” image that they’ve left in the dust.

An authentic, visceral, and electric connection with the audience is the heart of what ESCAPE THE FATE is about. The guys in the band understand what it means to be broken, from childhood trauma, to the tumultuous downsides of the music business. They know how music can heal.

It’s what has made the band’s message transcend any sense of “difference” in genre, all around the world, touring with Avenged Sevenfold, Godsmack, Papa Roach, I Prevail, Bullet For My Valentine, Hollywood Undead, HELLYEAH, All That Remains, and on multiple Vans Warped Tours. The tangible passion and energy of the music and lyrics transcend language and culture, whether ESCAPE THE FATE performs at Rock on the Range, Graspop Metal Meeting, or Rock am Ring.

Smashing forward with the momentum from Billboard Top 5 Independent Album Hate Me (2015) and I Am Human (2018), which produced the Top 20 Billboard Mainstream Rock single “Broken Heart,” the four men of ESCAPE THE FATE have crafted an ambitious third entry to what could certainly be described as their most powerful trilogy of albums. Made together with A-list producer John Feldmann (Panic! At The Disco, 5 Seconds Of Summer, The Used) and co-produced by Kevin ‘Thrasher’ Gruft (ETF guitarist and production pro in his own right), NEW ALBUM delivers an arsenal of driving bangers and melodic ballads, among the best of the hard rock world. Thrasher has been working with the likes of Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker on other projects and running from studio to studio to create new music. His packed production schedule in recent times has greatly sharpened his skill set, making NEW ALBUM a real show of his musical strength.

Ortiz is a big fan of megastar violinist Lindsey Stirling, so the band were elated when she accepted their invitation to contribute to one of their songs. “She is an angel – she has so much light in her. But the primary reason I wanted to work with her… strictly speaking musically, she is gnarly - her music is epic,” adds Ortiz. Travis Barker, best known as the drummer for blink-182, makes a handful of appearances as well. Songs like “Lightning Strike,” “Not My Problem,” “Hand Grenade,” and “Invincible” are destined to take their place alongside classic ETF anthems like “One for the Money” and “The Flood.”

ESCAPE THE FATE have always emphasized diversity in their sound. Each record seamlessly blends soaring melodic hooks, powerful riffage, shredding solos, and some of the most instantly recognizable drumming in the genre, with Mabbitt’s heartfelt, authentic, lyrical missives on top.

ESCAPE THE FATE conquered the burgeoning metalcore scene on the strength of their breakout album, This War is Ours (2008), which led to a major label deal and the rock crossover success of Escape the Fate (2011), produced by hitmaker Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Korn, Avril Lavigne). The album hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Hard Rock Albums, the first of three ESCAPE THE FATE records to debut at No. 1 or two on that chart. Ungrateful (2013) boasts the roaring “You’re Insane.” Hate Me is equally defined by stunning singles like “Just a Memory” and “Remember Every Scar.”

I Am Human, released in 2018, marked the band’s second collaboration with GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Skillet, Seether). That album saw fan-favorite songs like “Empire” and “Do You Love Me?” added to the ETF songbook, but it was the title track that really blew down the doors, heralding the new chapter begun on NEW ALBUM.

“I started doing this because music was my ‘escape’,” says Mabbitt. “I was running from unresolved feelings or chasing things away with a bottle. But music was always there for me. The whole experience of making NEW ALBUM, while reflecting on the other records; it was a beautiful realization to contemplate the power of music. It’s been such an escape for so many people that it puts me in my place. I become so humbled. I’m so grateful, not only that I’m still alive, but that I can get this music out of my head and that it will hopefully help some other people, too.”

It may be the same guys, with the same name, but it’s a brand-new ESCAPE THE FATE. “We get up on that stage, we go into the studio, for different reasons now,” Mabbitt insists. “Throw out everything you thought you knew about this band. NEW ALBUM is a new beginning for us.”

SHORT FORM BIO
ESCAPE THE FATE is a three-word phrase synonymous with heavy rock n’ roll and hooks, post-hardcore with weight, and unrelenting genre-redefining anthems built for diverse audiences. Over a decade into their young career, they have proven to move crowds equally at major rock radio festivals, the legendary Vans Warped Tour, or on the road with Five Finger Death Punch.

Craig Mabbitt, Kevin Thrasher, TJ Bell, and Robert Ortiz have each been making music, and on the road, before they were old enough to drive and playing as this incarnation for roughly a decade. An authentic, visceral, and electric connection with the audience is the heart of what ESCAPE THE FATE is about. The guys in the band understand what it means to be broken, from childhood trauma, to the tumultuousness of the music biz, and they know how music can heal.

It’s what has made the band’s message transcend any sense of “difference” in genre, all around the world, touring with Avenged Sevenfold, Godsmack, Papa Roach, I Prevail, Bullet For My Valentine, Hollywood Undead, HELLYEAH, All That Remains, and on multiple Vans Warped Tours. The tangible passion and energy of the music and lyrics transcend language and culture, whether ESCAPE THE FATE performs at Rock on the Range, Graspop Metal Meeting, or Rock am Ring.

ESCAPE THE FATE have always emphasized diversity in their sound. Each record seamlessly blends soaring melodic hooks, powerful riffage, shredding solos, and some of the most instantly recognizable drumming in the genre, with Mabbitt’s heartfelt, authentic, lyrical missives on top.

ESCAPE THE FATE conquered the burgeoning metalcore scene on the strength of their breakout album, This War is Ours (2008). Crossover smash Escape the Fate (2011) hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Hard Rock album chart, the first of three ESCAPE THE FATE records to debut at No. 1 or two on that chart. The I Am Human (2018) title track heralded the new chapter begun on NEW ALBUM.

Made together with A-list producer John Feldmann (5 Seconds Of Summer, The Used), it delivers an arsenal of driving bangers and melodic ballads that are among the best of the hard rock world.

It’s still about a good time, but with a deeper meaning, the kind that empowers listeners to overcome all obstacles. It may be the same lineup, but it’s a brand-new ESCAPE THE FATE.

LINEUP
Craig Mabbitt – Vocals
Kevin Thrasher – Guitar
TJ Bell – Bass
Robert Ortiz – Drums
Show More
Genres:
Post Hardcore, Punk, Rock
Band Members:
Robert Ortiz, TJ Bell, Kevin "Thrasher" Gruft, Craig Mabbitt
Hometown:
Las Vegas, Nevada

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Escape the Fate to play in your city
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concerts and tour dates

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Past

Latest Posts

Escape the Fate
13 days ago
We have a VIP "Tour Bus Hang" on sale for our UK/EU run!
Get your VIP upgrades and tickets at
http://www.escapethefate.com

see you there!
- escape the fate
View More Posts

Live Photos of Escape the Fate

Escape the Fate at Plano, TX in The Lexus Box Garden at Legacy Hall 2024
View All Photos

Escape the Fate merch
amazonview store

Out Of The Shadows [Teal LP]
$21.11
Chemical Warfare
$12.49
I Am Human
$13.77
Hate Me
$14.30
There's No Sympathy For The...
$9.65
Escape The Fate
$20.44
Escape The Fate
$24.99
This War Is Ours Deluxe Bonus Bonus T...
$28.49
View All
Escape the Fate's tour

Fan Reviews

Zachary
May 24th 2024
Absolutely AMAZING. The orchestra they played with was so talented and just ETF themselves as well. The way they started off the concert literally gave me chills. Not to mention the visuals on the screens behind them helped aid the music as well and overall just an awesome experience. Loved all the covers too, and also discovered some new music to listen to. My throat hurt so bad after screaming so many lyrics but it was so worth it. Not to mention how we all were cheering one more song at the end and they actually came back on and played THE BLACK PARADE. Like holy shit. And they played it so well too, I don’t even know if it was spontaneous and if they planned to originally or smth. Anyways, 10/10 band, 10/10 orchestra, 11/10 performance
Boise, ID@
The Egyptian Theatre
Robert
November 22nd 2023
This was my 3rd time seeing and 2nd time meeting Escape The Fate, they gave me a signed poster and Kevin Thrasher gave me his guitar pick.. they've been my first band obsession since I was 14 and I will always love and support them no matter what, they're mosh pits will always be awesomely wild and I look forward to more of they're next upcoming shows! 💀🔥💀🔥💀🔥
New York City, NY@
Webster Hall
Robert
September 14th 2023
Truly amazing show, sound quality and atmosphere were perfect. This is the second time I have seen Escape the Fate this year and it was great being able to fully hear the vocals unlike the first venue. I primarily came to see Point North but the whole show was five stars and the other acts kept the energy up. Food was delicious and our server was fantastic and extremely attentive the entire show. Second time at Jergel’s and consider it to be one of the best concert venues in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area. I will be back in the future.
Warrendale, PA@
Jergel's Rhythm Grille
View More Fan Reviews

About Escape the Fate

ESCAPE THE FATE is a three-word phrase synonymous with heavy rock n’ roll and hooks, post-hardcore with weight, and unrelenting genre-redefining anthems built for diverse audiences. Over a decade into their young career, they have proven to move crowds equally at major rock radio festivals, the legendary Vans Warped Tour, or on the road with Five Finger Death Punch.

NEW ALBUM is the sound of a band that’s more comfortable in their own skin than ever, recharged for the next era of their career, reinvigorated, and redefined, without losing any edge.

“I hope that people think of Escape The Fate as a good time, but a good time in a better way,” singer Craig Mabbitt explains. “We want people to connect deeply with the music and disappear in it. Get lost and then return from the album, or show, feeling inspired about themselves. We want to make people feel better about life, to know they can take on all of its hardships. That’s what the music does for us as a band. That’s what we want it to do for the audience, too.”

Mabbitt, Thrasher, TJ Bell, and Robert Ortiz have each been making music, and on the road, before they were old enough to drive. Almost ten years into the group’s best known and longest lasting incarnation, ESCAPE THE FATE is poised to shatter all preconceived notions about the past, with a bold step forward into their future. It’s not their storied and beloved music, which regularly captures roughly 2 million listeners across streaming services each month, that requires any distance. It’s the decadence, drama, and retrograde “bad boy” image that they’ve left in the dust.

An authentic, visceral, and electric connection with the audience is the heart of what ESCAPE THE FATE is about. The guys in the band understand what it means to be broken, from childhood trauma, to the tumultuous downsides of the music business. They know how music can heal.

It’s what has made the band’s message transcend any sense of “difference” in genre, all around the world, touring with Avenged Sevenfold, Godsmack, Papa Roach, I Prevail, Bullet For My Valentine, Hollywood Undead, HELLYEAH, All That Remains, and on multiple Vans Warped Tours. The tangible passion and energy of the music and lyrics transcend language and culture, whether ESCAPE THE FATE performs at Rock on the Range, Graspop Metal Meeting, or Rock am Ring.

Smashing forward with the momentum from Billboard Top 5 Independent Album Hate Me (2015) and I Am Human (2018), which produced the Top 20 Billboard Mainstream Rock single “Broken Heart,” the four men of ESCAPE THE FATE have crafted an ambitious third entry to what could certainly be described as their most powerful trilogy of albums. Made together with A-list producer John Feldmann (Panic! At The Disco, 5 Seconds Of Summer, The Used) and co-produced by Kevin ‘Thrasher’ Gruft (ETF guitarist and production pro in his own right), NEW ALBUM delivers an arsenal of driving bangers and melodic ballads, among the best of the hard rock world. Thrasher has been working with the likes of Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker on other projects and running from studio to studio to create new music. His packed production schedule in recent times has greatly sharpened his skill set, making NEW ALBUM a real show of his musical strength.

Ortiz is a big fan of megastar violinist Lindsey Stirling, so the band were elated when she accepted their invitation to contribute to one of their songs. “She is an angel – she has so much light in her. But the primary reason I wanted to work with her… strictly speaking musically, she is gnarly - her music is epic,” adds Ortiz. Travis Barker, best known as the drummer for blink-182, makes a handful of appearances as well. Songs like “Lightning Strike,” “Not My Problem,” “Hand Grenade,” and “Invincible” are destined to take their place alongside classic ETF anthems like “One for the Money” and “The Flood.”

ESCAPE THE FATE have always emphasized diversity in their sound. Each record seamlessly blends soaring melodic hooks, powerful riffage, shredding solos, and some of the most instantly recognizable drumming in the genre, with Mabbitt’s heartfelt, authentic, lyrical missives on top.

ESCAPE THE FATE conquered the burgeoning metalcore scene on the strength of their breakout album, This War is Ours (2008), which led to a major label deal and the rock crossover success of Escape the Fate (2011), produced by hitmaker Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Korn, Avril Lavigne). The album hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Hard Rock Albums, the first of three ESCAPE THE FATE records to debut at No. 1 or two on that chart. Ungrateful (2013) boasts the roaring “You’re Insane.” Hate Me is equally defined by stunning singles like “Just a Memory” and “Remember Every Scar.”

I Am Human, released in 2018, marked the band’s second collaboration with GRAMMY® Award-nominated producer Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Skillet, Seether). That album saw fan-favorite songs like “Empire” and “Do You Love Me?” added to the ETF songbook, but it was the title track that really blew down the doors, heralding the new chapter begun on NEW ALBUM.

“I started doing this because music was my ‘escape’,” says Mabbitt. “I was running from unresolved feelings or chasing things away with a bottle. But music was always there for me. The whole experience of making NEW ALBUM, while reflecting on the other records; it was a beautiful realization to contemplate the power of music. It’s been such an escape for so many people that it puts me in my place. I become so humbled. I’m so grateful, not only that I’m still alive, but that I can get this music out of my head and that it will hopefully help some other people, too.”

It may be the same guys, with the same name, but it’s a brand-new ESCAPE THE FATE. “We get up on that stage, we go into the studio, for different reasons now,” Mabbitt insists. “Throw out everything you thought you knew about this band. NEW ALBUM is a new beginning for us.”

SHORT FORM BIO
ESCAPE THE FATE is a three-word phrase synonymous with heavy rock n’ roll and hooks, post-hardcore with weight, and unrelenting genre-redefining anthems built for diverse audiences. Over a decade into their young career, they have proven to move crowds equally at major rock radio festivals, the legendary Vans Warped Tour, or on the road with Five Finger Death Punch.

Craig Mabbitt, Kevin Thrasher, TJ Bell, and Robert Ortiz have each been making music, and on the road, before they were old enough to drive and playing as this incarnation for roughly a decade. An authentic, visceral, and electric connection with the audience is the heart of what ESCAPE THE FATE is about. The guys in the band understand what it means to be broken, from childhood trauma, to the tumultuousness of the music biz, and they know how music can heal.

It’s what has made the band’s message transcend any sense of “difference” in genre, all around the world, touring with Avenged Sevenfold, Godsmack, Papa Roach, I Prevail, Bullet For My Valentine, Hollywood Undead, HELLYEAH, All That Remains, and on multiple Vans Warped Tours. The tangible passion and energy of the music and lyrics transcend language and culture, whether ESCAPE THE FATE performs at Rock on the Range, Graspop Metal Meeting, or Rock am Ring.

ESCAPE THE FATE have always emphasized diversity in their sound. Each record seamlessly blends soaring melodic hooks, powerful riffage, shredding solos, and some of the most instantly recognizable drumming in the genre, with Mabbitt’s heartfelt, authentic, lyrical missives on top.

ESCAPE THE FATE conquered the burgeoning metalcore scene on the strength of their breakout album, This War is Ours (2008). Crossover smash Escape the Fate (2011) hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Hard Rock album chart, the first of three ESCAPE THE FATE records to debut at No. 1 or two on that chart. The I Am Human (2018) title track heralded the new chapter begun on NEW ALBUM.

Made together with A-list producer John Feldmann (5 Seconds Of Summer, The Used), it delivers an arsenal of driving bangers and melodic ballads that are among the best of the hard rock world.

It’s still about a good time, but with a deeper meaning, the kind that empowers listeners to overcome all obstacles. It may be the same lineup, but it’s a brand-new ESCAPE THE FATE.

LINEUP
Craig Mabbitt – Vocals
Kevin Thrasher – Guitar
TJ Bell – Bass
Robert Ortiz – Drums
Show More
Genres:
Post Hardcore, Punk, Rock
Band Members:
Robert Ortiz, TJ Bell, Kevin "Thrasher" Gruft, Craig Mabbitt
Hometown:
Las Vegas, Nevada

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