Escape The Fate & Nonpoint Co-Headline Dates

Escape The Fate and Nonpoint intertwine release titles for the “Hate Poison Tour.” The hard rock acts co-headline shows throughout the U.S. beginning in November with special guests Get ScaredFailure Anthem, and Through Fire supporting all dates.

Escape The Fate’s fifth studio album, Hate Me, dropped last year via Eleven Seven Music. The Vegas quartet includes frontman Craig Mabbit, drummer Robert Ortiz, and guitarists Thomas “TJ” Bell and Kevin “Thrasher” Gruft.

“I’m excited to get back on the road and play some more ‘Hate Me’ for the Escape The Fate fans and showcase ourselves to some new faces, it’s going be a diverse show, that’s for sure!” Mabbitt said. “Old school-new school meets new school-old school and it’s going be one hell of a time.”

Nonpoint released its first endeavor on Spinefarm Records, The Poison Red, earlier this year. The band was birthed out of the Florida metal scene in the ’90s and the current lineup features Elias Soriano (vocals), Robb Rivera (drums), Rasheed Thomas (guitar), Adam Woloszyn (bass) and B.C. Kochmit (guitar).

Photo: James Hendershot
Ozzfest, Susquehanna Bank Center, N.J.

“This record tells a lot of stories,” Soriano said. “Going from guts to glory. Chasing impossible dreams down the rabbit hole. Harsh and honest words with consequences attached. Uncovered rules for the weak, made by the wicked and heartless. Recalling fight or flight moments with a deep breath. And it all starts with a warning to all the world’s generations past, present and future to look up, look forward and live their lives loose from social media shackles, online bullying, the devaluation of art and music, and to not be absorbed by the dramatic, megalomaniacal side of politics. Life is right outside of your phone and newsfeed. Go live it and play this record while you do. It’ll all start to make sense.”

Nov. 10 – Denver, Colo., Summit Music Hall
Nov. 11 – Salt Lake City, Utah, In The Venue
Nov. 12 – Idaho Falls, Idaho, Hitt Event Center
Nov. 13 – Spokane, Wash., Knitting Factory Concert House
Nov. 14 – Seattle, Wash., Studio Seven
Nov. 16 – Portland, Ore., Hawthorne Theatre
Nov. 17 – Santa Cruz, Calif., The Catalyst
Nov. 18 – Fresno, Calif., Strummer’s
Nov. 19 – Orangevale, Calif., The Boardwalk
Nov. 20 – Pomona, Calif., The Glass House Concert Hall
Nov. 21 – West Hollywood, Calif., Whisky A Go Go
Nov. 22 – Phoenix, Ariz., Joe’s Grotto Music Venue
Nov. 23 – Farmington, N.M., The Top Deck
Nov. 25 – El Paso, Texas, Tricky Falls
Nov. 26 – Lubbock, Texas, Jake’s Sports Cafe & Backroom
Nov. 27 – San Antonio, Texas, Alamo City Music Hall
Nov. 29 – Houston, Texas, Scout Bar           
Nov. 30 – Dallas, Texas, Trees
Dec. 1 – New Orleans, La., House Of Blues
Dec. 2 – Clarksville, Tenn., The Warehouse
Dec. 3 – Chicago, Ill., House Of Blues

Tickets go on sale Aug. 12 at 10 a.m. EST. Visit or for more information.