THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN: New Song Available For Download

A brand-new THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN track, entitled "Panasonic Youth", has been posted online at this location.

"Panasonic Youth" comes off the group's forthcoming full-length album, "Miss Machine", due on July 20 through Relapse Records. The CD will be released August 2 in Europe.

The much-anticipated follow up to "Calculating Infinity", "Miss Machine" was recorded at NYC's Mission and Water recording studios with Steve Evetts (HATEBREED, THE CURE, SEPULTURA) and was mixed at NYC's Quad Recording Studios. Other songtitles set to appear on the album include "Baby's First Coffin", "Bipolar Bear", "Apollos Creed" and "Universal Beauty".

Guitarist Ben Weinman commented, " 'Miss Machine' encompasses everything that we are about, everything we have been through as a band and everything that is important to us. We have enjoyed touring these past couple of years, but it is now time for new DILLINGER music to surface."


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