THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN: Previously Unreleased 'Bubblegum' Remix Available For Free Download

A previously unreleased remix of THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN's song "Black Bubblegum" by Sergio Vega (DEFTONES) is available for free download at the band's new web platform. The web site will act as the new dashboard for all current and upcoming activity and shows, collecting media shared on social platforms (Flickr, YouTube, Vimeo), media feeds, as well as by blog and media entries from the band itself. It will also host exclusive offers and media through a new partnership with TopSpin.

Not slowing down since the release of "Option Paralysis" (Season Of Mist/Party Smasher Inc.) in early 2010, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN is kicking off a two-week European run of dates which will see them headline as well as appear on some big summer festivals.

Most recently THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN finished a two-month tour as the support act for DEFTONES and is in the midst of planning their North American fall headline run.


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