THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN Added To Australia's SOUNDWAVE Festival
THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN has been added to the list of performers at Australia's Soundwave 2009 festival, which is scheduled to kick off February 21 in Brisbane. Also slated to appear are NINE INCH NAILS, ALICE IN CHAINS, SCARS ON BROADWAY and LAMB OF GOD, among many others.
Dates for the festival are as follows:
Saturday, February 21 - Brisbane
Sunday, February 22 - Sydney
Friday, February 27 - Melbourne
Saturday, February 28 - Adelaide
Monday, March 2 - Perth
For more information, visit www.soundwavefestival.com.
THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN's 1998 album "Under the Running Board" was reissued on October 14 via Relapse. The new CD includes the entire Steve Evetts-produced effort as well as 10 bonus tracks.
"Under the Running Board" featured the contributions of singer Dimitri Minakakis who left the group afer the release of 1999's "Calculating Infinity".
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