The Dillinger Escape Plan
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Dillinger are going out with a bang.
The band have escaped serious injury.
Like swooping crows, we tells ya.
And there are plans for one last trip down under!
“It’s a lot less accessible which I’m sure may be a shock to people.”
New Jersey heroes The Dillinger Escape Plan have announced they will be returning to Australis this August for a run of East Coast tour dates. The band will kick off their run of Australia dates in Melbourne on Friday, 28th August followed by shows in Sydney and Brisbane. They last toured Australia in 2014, as
New Jersey mathcore band The Dillinger Escape Plan have released what they call “the “gayest” shirt of all time by any band,” to hit back any homophobic fans they may have, after a tumultuous week on social media which included plagiarism claims and open homophobia. Following the US Supreme Court’s ruling in favour of marriage
Giraffe Tongue Orchestra, a new supergroup featuring members of The Dillinger Escape Plan, Mastodon, The Mars Volta and Dethklok, appears to have a new permanent addition in the form of US actor and musician Juliette Lewis. After teasing photos of Lewis in the studio with Giraffe Tongue Orchestra (below) over the last few months, band
Arguably one of the biggest drawcards of the upcoming Soundwave Festival is the highly-anticipated debut performance from heavy metal supergroup Killer Be Killed. When the festival lands in February, Aussie fans can claim bragging rights to witnessing the so-called “Justice League of Rock” deliver their first ever live performance. And, according to guitarist Max Cavalera,
We at Music Feeds, like you, have always wanted to see phrases like “reverse missionaries from Melbourne” and “otic tsunami” in an album review, so we recruited Liam Wilson, bassist of The Dillinger Escape Plan, to write up Closure In Moscow‘s sophomore effort, ‘Pink Lemonade’. Five machine elves who go by the collective name Closure
Since Monday, Melbourne had been playing host to a raft of cutting edge, boundary-pushing bands, all here for the annual Soundwave Festival. A band that fits securely in this aforementioned contingent of boundary-pushers was tonight’s headline act, The Dillinger Escape Plan. A screeching barrage of distortion had been building tension and the time finally arrived
It takes something as special as Soundwave Festival to bring three of the heavy music scene’s most explosive and forward-thinking bands together, but organisers have done fans one better by corralling The Dillinger Escape Plan, Glassjaw, and Dir En Grey into a single Sidewave tour. When it comes to faultless reputations, the one band everyone
A heavy metal supergroup composed of Soulfly singer Max Cavalera, Mastodon frontman Troy Sanders, Greg Puciato of The Dillinger Escape Plan, and drummer Dave Elitch, formerly of The Mars Volta, have entered an LA recording studio to begin work on an upcoming collaborative album. Music Feeds reported back in November 2012 of an unnamed project
The Dillinger Escape Plan have released Hero of the Soviet Union from their current opus One Of Us Is The Killer as a live video clip, an apt choice given the fact that guitarist Ben Weinman came close to never again experiencing the thrills of performing live. If you’re a fan of the slower, more
What does Ben Weinman, lead guitarist and founding member of American mathcore heroes The Dillinger Escape Plan, have in common with New Zealand jazz pop chanteuse Kimbra? Well, not a lot, really, but it seems the duo have come good on their promise to collaborate, with Weinman confirming they’ve been laying down some tunes together.
The latest offering from their forthcoming album One Of Us Is The Killer shows a much softer side of The Dillinger Escape Plan than we’re previously seen. Nothing’s Funny sees the band put a bit more of an emphasis on their southern hardcore skills with a cheeky splash of mathcore. Don’t panic too much if
Dillinger Escape Plan have further teased us on their forthcoming album with a clip for their new single, When I Lost My Bet. The super aggressive track is matched perfectly with the footage of some sort of torture scene but some might find it hard to stomach. On account of their insanely technical mathcore sensibilities,
The moment many of us have been waiting for has now arrived. The Dillinger Escape Plan have dropped the first single off their forthcoming album, and judging by the quality of Prancer, we can expect big things from One Of Us Is The Killer. Kudos goes to the band for preventing any leaks of the