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Las Vegas, Nevada, United States (2005 – present)

Escape the Fate is a post-hardcore band which formed in 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. The band currently consists of Craig Mabbitt (vocals), Bryan “Monte” Money (guitar, keyboards, vocals), Max Green (bass) and Robert Ortiz (drums). Their self-titled third studio album was released on November 2, 2010, first on the major label, DGC/Interscope, and their most successful album to date.

Before forming Escape the Fate, vocalist Ronnie Radke, bassist Max Green, drummer Robert Ortiz, lead guitarist Bryan Monte Money, and rhythm guitarist Omar Espinosa were in multiple bands together.

In September 2005, Escape the Fate had won a local radio contest judged by My Chemical Romance. The gig awarded them the opportunity to open a show on the band’s headlining tour with Alkaline Trio and Reggie and the Full Effect, which subsequently led to Escape the Fate’s record deal with Epitaph.

On May 23, 2006, the band released their debut EP titled There’s No Sympathy for the Dead. The EP included two songs that were later on their full length album, Dying Is Your Latest Fashion. The EP was produced by Michael Baskette and helped earn the band attention from record labels and fans alike. After the EP’s release, keyboardist Carson Allen left the band to join On the Last Day.

On September 26, 2006 the band released their first full-length album, Dying Is Your Latest Fashion.

In 2007, during the Black on Black tour, rhythm guitarist Omar Espinosa left the band due to personal issues.


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  • mraksum

    esta banda no es emo tampoco screamo fake band¡¡¡

    16 Apr 4:36pm Reply
  • PassionScreams

    An okay band. Never really got into the emocore scene, but they've always been one of the better bands in the genre. Craig has really progressed lately, but I'll always like Ronnie a little better.

    15 Apr 9:39pm Reply
  • Vulgaira-

    Love them forever *-*! ❤

    7 Apr 6:14am Reply
  • ClassicalBlack

    glad their moving up in the rock scene not that stupid emo shit they used to be. Now there at rockfest!!!!!!

    31 Mar 10:37pm Reply
  • super-pangolin

    "Whether you like this band or not, you can't deny that Ungrateful is a fucking kickass song" Yeah, I'm gonna deny it. Generic metalcore as generic as it comes.

    29 Mar 12:01pm Reply
  • aZbeZd

    Lost in Darkness !!! BEST!!

    25 Mar 10:16am Reply
  • StephenR4968

    @never7903 Well shit. There goes my hopes of being in a successful band.

    24 Mar 12:42pm Reply
  • tirandomeutedio

    Great times

    24 Mar 2:42am Reply
  • SykesRUs

    I liked them better with Ronnie, But they're still awesome. <3

    14 Mar 1:30pm Reply
  • randomdude16

    sick band

    5 Mar 8:57am Reply
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    28 Feb 1:55pm Reply
  • AvrilsRockstar

    Better with Ronnie, but still kickass now.

    26 Feb 2:59am Reply

    Ashley <3

    24 Feb 10:42am Reply
  • rusverm Gorgeous Nightmare очень высоко оценена в критике рок песен.

    22 Feb 10:01am Reply
  • mickeymait

    Dying Is Your Latest Fashion is the only good album they have put out [3]

    16 Feb 11:39pm Reply
  • iPowers

    You happy that Ronnie and Craig are friends again? Well support the cause and join this group. :)

    22 Jan 5:37pm Reply
  • juniozao

    something s2s2s2

    18 Jan 3:10am Reply
  • never7903

    All their albums aren't exactly good, and they are bankrupt because all bands are poor, but a bands bankrupsy is an indication of how slack the record label may be. Record labels take a large portion of the bands salary, organising venues also consumes a huge amount of money from the bands, for example, Chelsea Grin's bassist needed $3000 for his pet dog's surgery, not only did he not have the money, he had to resort to asking fans for the money, it is fair to say that they aren't a popular band, but bands that have between 5,000,000 - 0 fans do not make much, this is because of record labels. From experience, being with a label in the past, I can tell you that the members of the bands themselves do not make much, enough to pay rent, and pay for food, bands don't even own their instruments unless the individual members get endorsed, they don't own any tour buses, they don't even own the music.

    7 Jan 6:39am Reply
  • iPowers

    "ipowers: it's more a concept because both bands are kinda ruined financially." Well of course they are. Almost every band in this type of music is ruined financially. You can't make enough money just going on that alone.

    5 Jan 2:37am Reply
  • HerFadingSmile

    ipowers: it's more a concept because both bands are kinda ruined financially.

    30 Dec 2013 Reply
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