Sie haben ihren Fokus gefunden, die Musikerwechsel in der Band verdaut und sind zu einer fabulösen Rockband gereift, die immer wieder gern gesehener Gast in den Top 30 der Billboard Charts sind.
Auch live haben Escape The Fate ihre Mitte gefunden und jede Show hat ihren besonderen Charakter, der auf vielen Bühnen so sehr vermisst wird.
Schön, dass ihr wieder nach Wien kommt!
The Sacramento-based band features Jonny Craig (Dance Gavin Dance, Emarosa) , an artist who has built a name and reputation for himself but is now branching out with his new band SLAVES.
Slaves features Craig’s unique, critically acclaimed voice, which is drenched with emotion and rich with soul, all the while leaving you salivating for more.
“Men have been enslaving men for as along as we’ve had gods to hide behind,” Craig said. “Every man is a slave to what we love — whether it be women, drugs, music or sports. Through art we are all equals.”
Comprised of guitarist Ryan Knecht, bassist Juan Arguello, drummer Alejandro Mercado and led by the dynamic frontwoman, Tiaday Ball, The World Over has created a buzz that has resonated throughout the rock/metal world since the release of their first EP, Rampart District, in 2014. The single, “Swervewolf,” racked up well over 100k YouTube views and made a lasting impact on fans and critics alike with 700k views on their channel. But, it was the release of Mountains (2017) that kicked down major doors for the band. The five-song EP was inspired by the lives of the band members. The title-track was inspired by a toxic friendship and the idea that sometimes in trying to save someone else, you can lose yourself. The popular video debuted on Tattoo.com and numerous popular rock fanzines. The success
of Mountains has stretched past touring with Otep for a full month and even earned The World Over a spot on the very last Vans Warped Tour in 2018 rocking out for 7 shows alongside bands like Simple Plan, The Used, Chelsea Grin and 3oh3!.
Earning the respect of their fellow musicians has been a career highlight for The World Over. The band has been featured on Alternative Press more than a half-dozen times, and named Tiaday as one of the 100 of the Top Females in Music.
Poised to release their highly anticipated first full-length album, The World Over isn’t showing any sign of slowing down. The new single, “Rewind/Replay” finds the band experimenting with new sounds and songwriting techniques while holding on to their hardcore rock roots. With their thousands of engaged subscribers, Facebook fans, and Instagram followers—The World Over is ready to chart the next course of an amazing career.