The Escape

Reviews

“The Mark We Leave Behind boasts a balance of lyrics and tempo that allows you to bash the steering wheel at the light then belt it vocals at full speed down the interstate. “Soon Forgotten“ is the first single off the album is definitely not going to be forgotten.” – Hellhound Music

“Stephen Angello’s compelling vocals glide over the punky straight-ahead rock of “Soon Forgotten,” an excellent opener to the EP that runs in the same vein as Rise Against. Some wicked guitar work and infectious “whoa-oh” background vocals close it out.” – Giants in the Sound

“Fixated on the theme of legacies and social footprints, Norristown, Pennsylvania-based rock quartet The Escape come through for their second EP The Mark We Leave Behind. With the collaboration of producer Vince Ratti (Circa Survive, mewithoutYou), the group makes strides in the right direction with several heavy-hitting tracks and great melodic structure.” – Substream Magazine

“The Escape make great use of all six songs on their new EP, The Mark We Leave Behind. Sometimes, it can be hard to form an opinion on a band, let alone understand who they are and what they stand for without an entire full length, but that is not the case with The Mark We Leave Behind, which perfectly showcases many different sides of The Escape while making it clear what makes them tick.” – The Prelude Press

“The atmospheric anthems on The Escape‘s new EP ‘The Mark We Leave Behind’ are infectiously coherent and shaped to fit the rock circuit. The band that hail from Philadelphia take their music to the hearts and have solidified their stance as a real contender.” – Punknormal Activity