Fresh off an outing with Chiodos and Silverstein, Escape The Fate will launch its headlining assault Feb. 5 at Glass House in Pomona, Calif., with supports provided by Black Tide, Attack Attack, William Control and Burn Halo. The tour wraps at the House of Blues in Los Angeles March 18.
Stops include the Granada Theater in Dallas (Feb. 10), Firestone in Orlando, Fla. (Feb. 16), Atlanta’s Masquerade (Feb. 17), First Unitarian Church in Philadelphia (Feb. 20), Irving Plaza in NYC (Feb. 21), Opera House in Toronto (Feb. 25), Chicago’s House of Blues (March 1), Cervantes in Denver (March 6), Seattle’s El Corazon (March 10), Slim’s in San Francisco (March 14) and San Diego’s House of Blues (March 18).
Tickets go on sale Dec. 13 and more information is available on the band’s MySpace page.
This War is Ours, produced by John Feldman (The Used, Story of the Year) dropped in October. The album introduced frontman Craig Mabbit, formerly of Blessthefall, in place of Escape The Fate vocalist Ronnie Radke, who was sentenced to a four-year jail term in August. In 2005 Escape The Fate won a radio contest judged by My Chemical Romance and opened for the band on tour.
“We’ve been through a lot of sh-- this last year, and we took all that anger, frustration and sadness and molded it into an album with huge rock choruses, in-your-face riffs and melodies, and drums that will give your parents a heart attack,” bassist Max Green said.