THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN To Enter Studio This Week
New Jersey-based "mathcore" act THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN will enter the studio on November 5 with producer Steve Evetts (EVERY TIME I DIE, POISON THE WELL) to begin recording its new album for a tentative April 2013 release.
THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN guitarist Ben Weinman previously stated about the band’s forthcoming CD, "This new material is very punk-, very hardcore-influenced. Maybe it's all the amazing bands reuniting from my youth that is inspiring this. Billy [Rymer, drums] and I have just been listening to old hardcore records blasting through my house and then going down to the dungeon and just bashing. Greg [Puciato, vocals] also seems to be in a very dark place lyrically. I think it's going to be pretty creepy. If these songs don't put some holes in the wall, I don't know what will."
The band recently announced the amicable departure of rhythm guitarist Jeff Tuttle.
THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN's latest album, "Option Paralysis", was re-released last year in a "Paralyzing Edition" exclusively as a digital download. This first-anniversary reissue included four bonus tracks, plus a video in the iTunes version.
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