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"The Event is loud, filthy and difficult to fault. This is another band where simply more of the same would be welcome with future releases. Quality over quantity is key, and Escape To What’s established sound is brutally lovable. If you ever needed a reason to give independent artists serious love and attention, this is where to start." - The Cauteriser

"We love this new track by Escape To What! (Vacant single) Very promising, heavy and diverse talent coming from the North East." - Spotlight Music UK

The Music Butcher - “Vacant” has a thrashy punk attack mixed with a shitkicking metal backbone and a rhythmic synthetic vibe...

Sanctuary.cz - Industriální zvuky, zkreslené kytarové stěny – seznamte se s novým projektem vzývajícím spolky jako Skinny Puppy, 3teeth a podobné.    
Ozvuky kanadské industriální vlny 90. let oslovují umělce dodnes. To dokazuje i projekt Escape To What, který se právě vyhrabal z hromady rezavého šrotu. Svou lásku k žánru rovnou vyznává singlem "Fake Messiah Syndrome"

"There's a definite theatrical element to Escape To What......yet this cut (Vacant single) from the debut album Exit Wounds delivers gamely on his promise of a blood-soaked scream for help....for sheer impenetrable bleakness it gets the thumbs up." - NARC Magazine Issue 136, Feb. 2018

"Mit “Fake Messiah Syndrome” von Escape To What kommen wir zu einem britischen Künstler, der mit seinem druck- und kraftvollen Industrial von sich reden macht und uns sein neues Video vorstellt. 

Der vorgestellte Song aus der gleichnamigen Mini EP ist ein brachiales Kunstwerk aus Elektronik, Druck und Sound das man so schnell nicht vergessen wird." - Dark Life Experience

Spotlight Music UK - "Orez’s passion is certainly apparent here: “I can feel my madness slowly taking over, hiding in the shadows, snarling like a demon”, a lyric from 'Hear Me Rattle', paints a deliciously dark image of expression typically found in experts of the genre and a bare insight into pain and experience."

"I really rate this track (The Vacant Ones). It’s one of those tunes that buries itself in the far corners of  your brain and keeps popping up to remind you it’s there at any given opportunity."  - Well I Thinks...

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