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Escape the Fate: Hate Mecompact discs
Escape the Fate: Hate Me

Released: Oct 30, 2015. Genre: Post-Hardcore, Metalcore. Label: Eleven Seven. Number Of Tracks: 10. Escape The Fate still try to thread the needle between a pop metal sound and an aggressive metalcore sound in "Hate Me," but the repetition in composition ultimately has the album floundering.

POSTED: 11/06/2015 - 09:36 am

4.9
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15
5,523
Escape the Fate: Ungratefulcompact discs
Escape the Fate: Ungrateful

Released: May 14, 2013. Genre: Metalcore, Post-Hardcore. Label: Eleven Seven Music. Number Of Tracks: 11. This album is not groundbreaking. This album brings nothing new to the table. This album is a cliched massacre, which is part of the reason why metalcore/post-hardcore is looked down upon by most metalheads.

POSTED: 05/12/2014 - 10:20 am

5.7
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109
9,531
Escape the Fate: This War Is Ourscompact discs
Escape the Fate: This War Is Ours

Released: Oct 21, 2008. Genre: Alternative Rock, Post-Hardcore. Label: Epitaph. Number Of Tracks: 12. It is the first Escape the Fate album released without lead singer Ronnie Radke and rhythm guitarist Omar Espinosa.

POSTED: 06/07/2011 - 03:43 am

7.1
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98
1,578
Escape the Fate: Dying Is Your Latest Fashioncompact discs
Escape the Fate: Dying Is Your Latest Fashion

Release Date: Sep 26, 2006. Label: Epitaph. Genres: Post-Hardcore, Emo. Number Of Tracks: 11. On Dying Is Your Latest Fashion, the Vegas quintet is actually quite competent in the emo vein of post-hardcore that they reside in, providing all of the emotional singing versus throaty growling and winding guitar lines versus hardcore breakdowns necessary.

POSTED: 01/27/2011 - 03:22 am

8.8
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45
2,594
Escape the Fate: Escape The Fatecompact discs
Escape the Fate: Escape The Fate

Released: Nov 2, 2010. Genre: Post-Hardcore, Metalcore, Hard rock. Label: Interscope Records. Number Of Tracks: 11. Escape The Fate takes a turn for the heavier on its third studio album and self-titled major label debut.

POSTED: 12/06/2010 - 03:01 am

7.2
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80
936
Escape the Fate: There's No Sympathy For The Dead [EP]compact discs
Escape the Fate: There's No Sympathy For The Dead [EP]

Release Date: May 23, 2006. Label: Epitaph. Genres: Post-Hardcore, Emo. Number Of Tracks: 5. Without regret, the most captivating element of Escape the Fate is their incredibly energetic live show, something that the band feels is lost in the mix of most rock bands today.

POSTED: 04/19/2008 - 01:59 am

8.8
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11
445