Hard-rock scene staple ESCAPE THE FATE release the music video for “Breaking Me Down,” off their acclaimed, fifth studio album, Hate Me, out now via Eleven Seven Music. The video for the track–which was co-written by Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach–addresses the struggle of helping a loved one who has given up on themselves, portraying a boy hopelessly trying to take care of his mother.
“We hope you enjoy this video as much as we enjoyed shooting it. It is an important message you should not only hear but listen to. Shout out to Jacoby for his contribution to this song. Thank you all for your continued love and support of our music. We will see you on the road.” –Craig Mabbitt, Escape The Fate
Since the release of Hate Me, Escape The Fate have been touring the globe, including a recent US tour with HELLYEAH, New Years Day and From Ashes To New, and appearances at various festivals including, Rock on the Range, Rocklahoma, and River City Rockfest. The band is now gearing up to bring their heavy-hitting, dynamic live show to crowds across the US on their co-headline Hate PoisonTour with Nonpoint. The 21-date tour kicks off November 10 at The Summit Music Hall in Denver, and will be making stops in Seattle, Los Angeles, Houston, and Chicago—Full tour routing below. Tickets for the Hate Poison Tour can be purchased HERE.