THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN's 'Under The Running Board' To Be Reissued With Bonus Tracks

THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN's 1998 album "Under the Running Board" will be reissued on October 14 vai Relapse. The new CD will include the entire Steve Evetts-produced effort as well as 10 as-yet-undisclosed 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".

Headbanger's Blog recently caught up with THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN guitarist Ben Weinman to talk about the band's decision to pull out of the SUICIDE SILENCE tour, the DILLINGER drummer situation, Ben's plans for DILLINGER's next album, the band's upcoming DVD, his opinion of deathcore and his new line of heavy metal t-shirts for dogs. You can stream the interview below.

THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN recently completed a U.S. tour with CAVALERA CONSPIRACY and is currently home in the early stages of writing for its follow-up album to "Ire Works".

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