THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN Singer Performs With EVERY TIME I DIE In New York; Photos Available

THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN's Greg Puciato came out to sing "Kill the Music" with EVERY TIME I DIE during the latter band's headlining performance at the Nokia Theater in New York City on October 24, 2007 (the part was originally sang by MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE's Gerard Way on 2005's "Gutter Phenomenon").

Check out pictures of the performance at The Syndicate Blog.

As previously reported, EVERY TIME I DIE sold almost 14,000 copies of its new album, "The Big Dirty" (Ferret Music), in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 41 on The Billboard 200 chart.

"The Big Dirty" was produced by Steve Evetts and is "the CD you would compile if asked to make a mix of the best EVERY TIME I DIE songs you haven't heard yet," the band writes in the press release. "Ten-plus tracks that tore from our filthy hands like the creature that jumped out of that dude's stomach in 'Alien'."


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