Live Review || Escape The Fate @ Bi Nuu, 10/2/2019

Escape The Fate are currently on their 10th Anniversary Tour of their album “This War Is Ours”, on February 9th they rolled by at Bi Nuu, Berlin. They brought two support bands with them. One of them being Slaves and the other one being The World Over, who are both from the USA, just like Escape The Fate.

Before doors I had a lovely chat with ETF guitarist Kevin “Trasher” Gruft where he talked about this tour, future tours, rituals he has before every show and more. The Interview is coming out very soon, so stay tuned!
Female fronted post hardcore band The World Over were first to perform that night. They put on a good show but they interacted a little bit too much with the crowd in my opinion. Maybe it was just that night but it didn’t seem like people knew them or their lyrics so it seemed kind of awkward when the singer jumped into the crowd and wanted to let fans sing. Regardless to that I thought they were a good starter for the night. The crowd was pretty quiet when Slaves came on stage. I already knew this was going to happen since Jonny Craig got kicked out of the band the day this tour started. Fans were unsure, but warmed up pretty quickly. Matt McAndrew filled in last minute as the temporary singer for Slaves and he absolutely killed it. Such nice vocals and once he started to perform fans started to show themselves and sang along. I really hope Matt stays with the band. 
After a quick change-over, Escape The Fate hit the stage and even tho they’re considered one of the “older” bands of the industry, they definitely still know how to perform. I was surprised on how much fun they’re having on stage. It was all smiles from them and the crowd during the whole set. Happy people everywhere. The band interacted with fans a lot and in exchange they hyped them up and screamed back the lyrics. Escape The Fate played their whole album “This War Is Ours” and also added some fan favourites from other albums like “Remember Every Scar”, “I Am Human” or “One For The Money”. I loved how much fun and energy they had and it’s been a pleasure to be working with them. On to next time!

All pictures courtesy of Michelle Ritzmann photogrpahy

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