Escape The Fate Release Issues Remix EP

Ring in 2011 with DGC/Interscope Records rockers Escape The Fate’s Issues Remix EP. The EP boasts hot remixes of “Issues,” the first single from their recently released self-titled album. The band launches “The Dead Masquerade” North American headlining tour January 20th in support of Escape The Fate.

“Issues” cracked the Top 25 at Active Rock and continues to climb both the Active Rock and Alternative Rock radio charts.  The Issues Remix EP features remixes by Jakwob (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Lily Allen), LA Riots (Tiesto, The Ting Tings), Wolves At The Gate (The Cure) and Does It Offend You, Yeah? (Muse, The Raconteurs, Bloc Party). Fans will have the unique opportunity to create their own remix of the hit song via www.Indaba.com for a chance to win $1,000 and be featured on www.escapethefate.com.  The contest runs January 11th through February 8th, and the winner will be announced on March 8th.

Escape The Fate currently graces the cover of Outburn magazine, who declares “…the band’s new album is a compelling modern day masterpiece.”   Tune in to Fuel TV’s “The Daily Habit” on January 11th @ 11:30pm EST/8:30pm PST to catch a performance of “Issues,” and check out the live video for “City of Sin” filmed at famed LA strip club Crazy Girls at their raucous record release party in November 2010 as the band pays tribute to their Las Vegas roots while flanked by lingerie-clad dancers: http://www.vevo.com/watch/escape-the-fate/city-of-sin/USUV71002927

Escape The Fate, who is singer Craig Mabbitt, bassist Max Green, guitarist Monte Money and drummer Robert Ortiz, will ignite stages on “The Dead Masquerade” tour, with openers Alesana, Motionless in White, Get Scared and Drive A filling out the bill.  Make sure to stay up to date on all things Escape The Fate through their MySpace, Facebook, and Official pages and pick up a copy of their self-titled release on iTunes and in stores now!

The Dead Masquerade Tour
1/20      Tucson, AZ @Rialto Theater
1/21      Tempe, AZ @Marquee Theatre
1/22      Albuquerque, NM @Sunshine Theater
1/24      Dallas, TX @South Side Music Hall
1/25      San Antonio, TX @White Rabbit
1/26      Houston, TX @Warehouse Live
1/28      Atlanta, GA @Masquerade
1/29      Orlando, FL @Club Firestone
1/30      Ft. Lauderdale, FL @Revolution
2/1        Charlotte, NC @Amos’ Southend
2/2        Norfolk, VA @The Norva
2/3        Baltimore, MD @Ram’s Head Live
2/4        Philadelphia, PA @Trocadero
2/5        Sayreville, NJ @Starland Ballroom
2/8        Lancaster, PA @Chameleon Club
2/9        Allentown PA @Crocodile Rock
2/11      Hartford, CT @Webster Theatre
2/12      Worcester, MA @The Palladium
2/13      Montreal, Quebec @Club Soda
2/14      Toronto, Ontario @Phoenix Theatre
2/16      Buffalo, NY @Town Ballroom
2/17      Royal Oak, MI @Royal Oak Music Theatre
2/18      Grand Rapids, MI @The Orbit Room
2/19      Milwaukee, WI @Rave Ballroom
2/20      Chicago, IL @The Vic Theater
2/21      Sauget, IL @Pop’s
2/23      Minneapolis, MN @The Cabooze
2/25      Denver, CO @The Summit Music Hall
2/26      Salt Lake City, UT @In The Venue
2/27      Boise, ID @Knitting Factory
3/1        Spokane, WA @Knitting Factory
3/2        Portland, OR @Roseland Theater
3/3        Seattle, WA @Showbox at the Market
3/5        San Francisco, CA @Grand Regency Ballroom
3/6        Sacramento, CA @Ace of Spades
3/8        Reno, NV @Knitting Factory
3/9        Fresno, CA @Crest Theatre
3/11      Anaheim, CA @The Grove of Anaheim
3/12      San Diego, CA @Soma

     

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