Thursday, May 23, 2013

CD Review: Escape The Fate Are Becoming "Ungrateful" On Their Latest Album

Hardcore metal band Escape The Fate recently released their fourth studio album entitled "Ungrateful" on May 14. The new album was produced by John Feldman (Panic At The Disco, The Used, Papa Roach) and proves why Escape The Fate are the rulers of underground hardcore metal.
 
The eleven song album begins with the aggressive blast of the title-song, "Ungrateful," as the lyrics are shouted like a battlecry. The band stills holds on to that classic hardcore sound in "Until We Die," while also bringing a more mainstream appeal to their sound. The band give a shot of adrenaline with "Forget About Me" as the drums and guitar shake the speakers. Escape The Fate have a true break-through single with "You're Insane" as they bring some LA "sleeze" in their music. Escape The Fate tone the energy down for "Picture Perfect," before finishing the album with the buzzsaw guitars of "One For The Metal" and the adrenaline pumping, arena rocker, "Fire It Up."
 
Escape The Fate will be supporting The Hollywood Undead in July after spending the month of June performing live overseas in Europe. For more information on Escape The Fate's new album "Ungrateful" and for a complete list of live shows be sure to visit escapethefate.com.

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