Escape the Fate is set to shock the world with an album whose unexpected music is being described as a twisted offspring, blending arena rock reminiscent of the 90's with some new flavor, creating a fresh perspective and making a stamp on what the future for rock is. The group’s third full-length album, but first on a major label, will be released on DGC/Interscope Records in November. "This record is the cure for the modern day music epidemic,” says bassist Max Green. “We are wiping the slate clean and re-writing rock music as you know it.”
Produced by Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Bullet For My Valentine, Hollywood Undead), the album blends metal and melody, guitar solos and anthemic choruses into an epic sound only hinted at on the group’s previous album, 2008’s This War Is Ours. That album charted Top 35, as did the band’s indie debut, 2006’s Dying Is Your Latest Fashion. Infamous for its edgy stage performances and Sin City lifestyle, Escape The Fate will burn up the road prior to the album’s release. After heading to Mexico and South America in July, the band will tour with Bullet For My Valentine in the U.S. and Canada from September 16-October 27. Read more
Fans will get a virtual all access pass to rock's hottest band with new music and never-before-seen video footage. The two disc collection will include the standard album with two new unreleased tracks, "Bad Blood" and "Behind The Mask," an acoustic version of "Harder Than You Know" and an unreleased remix, "This War Is Mine," by Clown of Slipknot, as well as a DVD containing an explosive new music video for "This War Is Ours (Guillotine Part II)," fan favorite videos for "Something," "10 Miles Wide" and "The Flood," a world tour documentary and a behind the music feature.
The deluxe edition of This War Is Ours is only the beginning for Escape The Fate in 2010, as the band has already begun writing music for their face-melting follow-up which is due out in the fall.
Oct 6th, 2008 - So word is going around quick that the new ETF album, This War Is Ours has leaked.
Apparently ETF isnt so happy with it, and neither is Epitaph (Label). I, heard it, and although its very different, I am still gonna buy the CD (because Guillotine p.II is really good). I mentionned earlier on the site that I would have the new album streaming on here, but on second thought, I will not. It wouldn't be a nice thing to do.
Sept 16th, 2008 - Check out ETF's brand new video for their sophomore album "This War Is Ours", entitled "The Flood".
Max Talks About Ronnie
June 26th, 2008 - LasVegasWeekly (lvweekly.com) published an indept interview with with Max Green, discussing many topics, particularly the band's stance with Ronnie.
"It’s been kind of crazy for Escape the Fate co-founder Max Green lately. The 24-year-old bassist has only been back in town for a couple of days and he’s already been swept up by the storm that is Ronnie Radke, his once best friend."