Single Of The Week: Limerent Death by The Dillinger Escape Plan

Posted: August 8, 2016 in Single Of The Week
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For those of you that are fans of Mathcore legends The Dillinger Escape Plan are going to be both excited and maybe a little disappointed with this post. The mathcore legends are planning to release their sixth studio album Dissociation on October 14TH which is the band’s first since 2013’s One Of Us Is The Killer. The band also unleashed a single off the album to keep us occupied until then called Limerent Death, but the real news is outside of that. Guitarist Ben Weidman recently spoke to Noisey and he told them that the band is going to call it a day after this album. He said, “We are going to do the cycle for this album and that’s it. But there are a lot of things that go into this cycle. We have a full U.S. tour that we’ll be doing in the fall and then we’ll be doing a massive tour in Europe in the winter, and that will probably take us towards playing other areas like Australia or wherever we have to hit. Then I’m sure we’ll come back around and hit summer festivals and figure out what our very last shows will be around that time.” Nevertheless, he also talked about the track Limerent Death saying “[‘Limerent Death’] is one of my all-time favorite DEP songs. I feel that this song is one of the rare instances where all the members are feeling, and conveying, the same energy from start to end. A sharp focused dagger plowing its way through thick heavy walls.” Check it out below and check out the track listing for the new album below that:

Dissociation Track Listing:

1. Limerent Death”
2. Symptom Of Terminal Illness
3. Wanting Not So Much As To
4. Fugue
5. Low Feels Blvd
6. Surrogate
7. Honeysuckle
8. Manufacturing Discontent
9. Apologies Not Included
10. Nothing To Forget
11. Dissociation



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