Dying Is Your Latest Fashion by Escape the Fate (CD, Sep-2006, Epitaph (USA))
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About this product
- Artist:Escape the Fate
- Release Year:2006
- Record Label:Epitaph (USA)
- Genre:Heavy Metal
- Playing Time:43 min.
- Producer:Michael "Elivs" Baskette,Ryan Baker
- Distributor:Alternative Dis. Alliance
- Recording Type:Studio
- Recording Mode:Stereo
- SPAR Code:n/a
Most relevant reviews
- jomlovesadyAug 09, 2008by
Nothing revolutionary...Worth the money
Ah, escape the fate, not the best band name ive heard but dont let that make you dismiss the band right away. Their first full length, dying is your latest fashion is the followup to a great EP titled there is no sympathy for the dead. listening to the band you wont find anything really revolutionary here or something that hasnt been done before, yet ronnie's voice is rather distinguishable, sort of reminds me From First to Last on Dear Diary if you've listened to that. The screaming is fantastic. if you enjoy the whole emo/screamo hardcore scene then give this a try. i promise you wont be disappointed.
Each track gives you a reason to listen to it over and over again, i found this cd rising on my top play list extremely fast and it always seems to find its way back into my car cd player.
they have some awesome guitar riffs, and solos. i found the singing/screaming combination to be perfect as well.
stand out tracks are: The web we weave, when i go out i want to go out on a chariot of fire, situations, the guillotine, cellar door, my apocalypse, and the day i left the womb
pick this album up now if you want something that you will enjoy listening to over and over. even if the whole "screamo" thing has been done to death.Read full review
- consane04Aug 16, 2010by
this is my latest fashion
I used to be one of those people who didnt care much for rock music but now I love it. Escape The Fate is one of my favorites I mean its not number one but it's wonderful Bullet For My Valentine they are number one. I bought this because I love to listen to my kind of music. Most songs like rap and stuff I dont like but the rest of my family does this music I love it.
- memosomDec 09, 2006by
Dying Is Your Latest Fashion - Escape The Fate (CD)
The CD has a new sound, likable tunes, songs that most people don't know, the CD its well done, this is a great follow up to their anticipated EP which has to be one of the best Ep's that i have ever heard, and it just keeps on getting better Cellar Door gives you the feeling of that new scary new beat if you hear this song you'll probably like their whole CD, like Gullotine its a good hard-core song. The Webs We Weave starts the CD in a good pace that in Situations, gives a feeling of how MCR was when they began, if you like Indie, Alternative music, this is it!!!
For listeners of
I Am Ghost
and many more, this should be the CD that you need to have in your collection!!
- angelicariaAug 06, 2009by
ETF's New Album Rocks!
It's a great album and it has many amazing songs. Despite a few that aren't so good, I'd recommend anyone who loves Rock music to get this album. Its great and ETF is an amazing band. I've seen them live, and it's really great!
- 993462163@delet...Nov 30, 2010by
Love ETF! Recently saw them in Scranton and even though Craig sings now, they still sound really great live and on CD. Great CD; a must have!