All Good Things Celebrate New Album with Escape the Fate’s Craig Mabbitt on ‘The Comeback’

If you’re yet to hear about All Good Things, then listen up. And, listen up good! Born from the depths of Hollywood, California, they’ve had massive hits on their music, reaching huge milestones through avenues on mainstream television sports events like NHL’s Stanley Cup finals and the recent Tokyo 2020 Olympics. This is all before unleashing their debut full-length album, A Hope in Hell, which finally drops today. The band reveal:

We’ve had a crazy journey leading up to this album release, and we couldn’t be more grateful for the fans who inspired us through the process. The band has never been more proud of a body of work, and we really hope you enjoy A Hope In Hell as much as we enjoyed creating it. We’ve all had a rough couple years, and this collection of uplifting epic rock is what the world needs right now!

Blending gnarly rock melodies with soaring vocals thereby creating fist pumping rock anthems, All Good Things are here for the long haul and are celebrating their first full-length release with latest single ‘The Comeback’ featuring Escape the Fate’s Craig Mabbitt. Give this one a bash and you’ll see why this LA-based outfit are turning heads during halftime on every big sports channel (look out Fall Out Boy!)

If we’re going off the album cover, I feel like there’s going to be some great post-apocalyptic action on this debut!  Give the rest of their album, A Hope in Hell a spin right here through Better Noise Music.

All Good Things – A Hope In Hell tracklisting:

1. Kingdom
2. Hold On
3. For The Glory (feat. Johnny 3 Tears and Charlie Scene of Hollywood Undead)
4. Sirens
5. Do It Now (feat. Hyro the Hero)
6. Push Me Down
7. Machines
8. Undefeated
9. Lights Out
10. The Comeback (feat. Craig Mabbitt of Escape The Fate)
11. Four Letter Words
12. End Of The World
13. A Hope In Hell

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