Blessthefall will headline the Drop The Gloves Tour in February and March with Miss May I, The Plot In You, Sirens & Sailors and A War Within as support.
Feb 20: The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA Feb 21: The Glass House – Pomona, CA Feb 22: The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA Feb 23: Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR Feb 24: Neumos – Seattle, WA Feb 26: The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT Feb 27: Summit Music Hall – Denver, CO Feb 29: Mill City Nights – Minneapolis, MN Mar 01: Metro – Chicago, IL Mar 02: St Andrews Hall – Detroit, MI Mar 03: Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, ON Mar 04: Virgin Mobile Corona Theater – Montreal, QC Mar 05: Webster Hall – New York, NY Mar 06: TBA – Boston, MA Mar 07: Theatre Of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA Mar 08: Rams Head Live – Baltimore, MD Mar 10: The Masquerade – Atlanta, GA Mar 11: The Orpheum – Tampa, FL Mar 13: The Plaza Live – Orlando, FL Mar 14: Vinyl Music Hall – Pensacola, FL Mar 17: Alamo City Music Hall – San Antonio, TX Mar 18: Warehouse Live – Houston, TX Mar 19: So What?! Festival – Dallas, TX Mar 20: Farmers Public Market – Oklahoma City, OK Mar 21: Sunshine Theatre – Albuquerque, NM
We’re excited to announce the Drop The Gloves Tour featuring Miss May I, THE PLOT IN YOU, Sirens and Sailors, and A War…
Escape The Fate have announced their new album Hate Me, coming out on October 30th from Eleven Seven Music. They have also booked a headline tour for this fall (#hatemetour) and will be supported by A Skylit Drive, Sworn In, Sirens & Sailors and Myka Relocate. Tickets go on sale later this week. The first single ‘Just A Memory,’ is being given away to fans for free for the next 48 hours via www.escapethefate.com. The video for ‘Just A Memory’ will debut on 8/20, in time for the tour pre-sale.
Hate Me Track Listing 1. Just A Memory 2. Live For Today 3. Remember Every Scar 4. Breaking Me Down 5. Alive 6. Get Up, Get Out 7. Hate Me 8. Les Enfants Terribles (The Terrible Children) 9. I Won’t Break 10. Let Me Be
Front Man Craig Mabitt discussed the album title:
“Lyrically, a lot of these tracks are based around the hate we’ve received over the years and just embracing that and using it to our own advantage. I’ve had to step up to the plate lately, for the fans as much as anything else, because they take the name Escape The Fate very seriously and I owe them something for that, for all the support they’ve shown us over the years. It’s very humbling for me to be able to listen to this collection of songs and think about where we’ve come from and what we’ve been through to get to this point.”