Escape the Fate formed in Pahrump, Nevada. A demo and a radio contest judged by My Chemical Romance led to a support slot with Alkaline Trio and a record deal with Epitaph. Their debut album "Dying is Your Latest Fashion" made its way into the top 20 of Billboard’s Heatseaker and Top Independent Albums charts. With the departure of lead singer Ronnie Radk, Craig Mabbit would preside over the many comings and goings of bassist Max Green and the struggles to find a record company that would appreciate their vision. Their 2010 self-titled album caught the band at their most stable and diverse, and 2014 will bring a tour with Ronnie Radke’s band, Falling in Reverse. "Ungrateful," tighter and less diverse than their self-titled major label debut, features a collaboration with Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy and a video that tackles the issue of bullying and violence. As hatchets are buried and things settling down, the future looks bright for Escape the Fate.
I love it. Great bans were playing though my favorite was Myka Relocate!! I would recommend this place. Its clean, colorful, and most important safe.
I'm 47 years old, my son is15. We drove three and a half hours to see the show. The bands were awesome and the crowd was excited. This event had special meaning to me. 15 years ago, I was getting my life destroyed across the street at the courthouse in a custody dispute. Now I returned to Allentown 15 years later with my son, just to party. The entire show was amazing! I will remember that day forever.
Finally got to see this band for the first time and it was well worth the wait! Amazing! Can't wait to see them again
I loooove small venues!
Devour the day opened the show and sang pretty much their whole album along with 'white rabbit' from Egypt Central days. Escape the Fate walked in and to the backstage stage in a processional. Then came out with all guns blaring! Such a great venue. Even the crowd surfers got hugs and high 5's when they landed on the stage before jumping back into the crowd. I didn't know all the lyrics but it didn't take away from an awesome time.
ONE OF MY FAVORITE TOURS OF ALL TIME
THIS WAR IS OURS TOUR was to me at first a tour that got u to go just get more money into venues and bands pockets so i didn't know what to expect. I happened to miss The First Band Secrets but when Mest came on i had doubts that this was gonna be good at all. Once The Word Alive Came on they took the whole venue to a new level.They killed it!!!. I didn't even know who they were at first but i instantly became a fan.I never Liked Attack Attack. But after seeing them live i can honestly say they won me over. THere whole stage persona and live show is something to see and something to be heard.Calebs monlouge is so uplifting u just wanna love this group.THe music was so intense live that i wanna to just freak out in the pits. FInally At the end of the night My boys ETF came in to end the show!!!.First off Their stage set was pro status. The stage looked bigger than the whole venue. Then they came out and rocked the place with a hour and 15 min grueling set.Playing Tunes Like 10 Miles Wide,Issues,Gorgeus Nightmare,G3 Aftermath you had to get into it.THe highlight was This War is Ours. RIght when they got to the wall of death part someone had passed out and they needed to stop everything so in favor to the fan they played the song again in its entirety and that happens to be my favorite song by them. Their whole show from the look their persona on stage and the songs they played was by far just incredible and i will happily go see them again anytime they come by NJ!!!