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The Dillinger Escape Plan

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3.06 | 69 ratings | 11 reviews | 29% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. Panasonic Youth (2:27)
2. Sunshine The Werewolf (4:17)
3. Highway Robbery (3:30)
4. Van Damsel (2:59)
5. Phone Home (4:15)
6. We Are The Storm (4:38)
7. Crutch Field Tongs (0:52)
8. Setting Fire To Sleeping Giants (3:27)
9. Baby's First Coffin (4:02)
10. Unretrofied (5:37)
11. The Perfect Design (3:50)

Total Time 39:54

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Line-up / Musicians


- Greg Puciato / vocals
- Ben Weinman / guitars
- Brian Benoit / guitars
- Liam Wilson / bass
- Chris Pennie / drums

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3.06
(69 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(29%)
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Review by King of Loss
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1 stars The Dillinger Escape Plan is one of the new wave of new American bands that pioneer in the department of "noisecore" or extremely Heavy Hardcore mixed in with Grindcore influences. Their first album Calculating Infinity showed a lot of light with their experimental measures put at extremely high calibur at an extremely high "volume". To simply put it, their music is immensely heavy and noisy.

This release however, has showed the commercial components of this band. The Dillinger Escape Plan has made in this album with a leap into the likes of Everytime I Die, Killswitch Engage, Lamb of God into the category of "Metalcore". This isn't a very good Metalcore album, even though The Dillinger Escape Plan has made a big choice to streamline their sound and attempt to capture a larger audience into their music. However the result is an awful mix between their older, heavier Grind-Death-Noisecore attack into just simply noisy. Some of the songs on this album are simply trash including the supposed good track of "Panasonic Youth".

Not recommended for fans of ANY genre.

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Review by hdfisch
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2 stars Here we have just noisy tech metal with horrible vocals like already on "Calculating Infinity" and the experimental part is very much in the minor. The musician's effort is quite okay and matches at least to some extent what I would recall as math metal. On the other hand I can't give it less than two stars since it's containing as well (to a very small part) some nice sections that would justify to call this an experimental or progressive metal record. But those ones are incredibly well hidden behind all the noise presented here. Definitely it's an album that would be highly admired by any youngster being deeply into aggressive and noisy death metal. Unfortunately (or fortunately) I'm out of that age since a long while!

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Review by OpethGuitarist
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1 stars Aggressive and boring.

There are many many critics out there to death/extreme metal. They say it's just mindless, angst filled teens out of touch with reality. I typically laugh at the stubbornness of these individuals. Unfortunately, there's always records like this which are almost of no value to the listener, and help to serve this stereotype (although this is still better than other stuff out there), especially if you are around 40 years old.

It's aggressive, loud, complex, but ultimately it's completely unfulfilling. There's a big difference between this material and Meshuggah's material. The volume is almost always at a max here, there's little in terms of exploration and song development (what we start with we end with), and as others have so aptly put it, it's just noisy. This isn't to say this material isn't complex. It really is some very technical material, but it's ultimately out of touch with anyone who isn't filled with rage. A poor release and genuinely not a band I would look to for direction/guidance within the prog metal genre.

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Review by Moatilliatta
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5 stars These guys are brilliant. People are writing them off too quickly because of their sound. Sure, it is heavy, often atonal, and relentless. So why is it that Meshuggah is getting high scores and this group is not? This album has many more recognizable riffs, and even some melodies; the drum work is phenominal; the musicianship is undeniably recondite, etc. Along with Protest the Hero and Between the Buried and Me, these guys are in the upper echelon of Tech-Metal[core]. Listen to "Baby's First Coffin," and explain how it doesn't have at least your appreciation.

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2 stars "Miss Machine," The Dillinger Escape Plan's pseudo-concept album about stalking, kidnapping, torture, rape and murder occupies an uncomfortable space in the band's discography, and with good reason. Having not yet abandoned the vicious havoc of "Calculating Infinity" but not quite moved into t ... (read more)

Report this review (#552057) | Posted by 40footwolf | Monday, October 17, 2011 | Review Permanlink

3 stars Ah, The Dillinger Escape Plan, tech metal pioneers with a twist. Even though I am actually a fan of Tech-Metal and consider it to be the most original and creative aspect of metal on this side of the millennium(which perhaps doesn't say much), The Dillinger Escape Plan has never held any real ... (read more)

Report this review (#252475) | Posted by Lezaza | Tuesday, November 24, 2009 | Review Permanlink

5 stars How did this album ever get this low? It's surely not for everyone but it's absolutely a masterpiece if you open your mind and really listen to it. Though songs like Unretrofied etc. mix in a little bit of a poppy tendency which i don't prefer if you're into metal or have an open mind to extremi ... (read more)

Report this review (#168750) | Posted by shentile | Saturday, April 26, 2008 | Review Permanlink

2 stars i had very high hopes for this album, i thought the blend of jazz (which i heard NO jazz sounding material on this album) metal, and tempo changes would be really exciting and interesting. I'm generally a fan of modern heavy metal (not necesarily prog metal either), but i really didn't like thi ... (read more)

Report this review (#142810) | Posted by therevelator | Monday, October 08, 2007 | Review Permanlink

4 stars This album is agressive and intense. Controlled chaos abounds. The band does a good job of balancing agression with occasional hooks. Considering this mix, the songs are well-written. There are a lot of technically complicated sections. But unlike some bands (Ed Gein for instance), the chao ... (read more)

Report this review (#138981) | Posted by jmcdaniel_ee | Tuesday, September 18, 2007 | Review Permanlink

3 stars Miss Machine is a mixed bag for me. New vocalist Greg Puciato is certainly capable of bringing former singer Dimitri's intensity to the table, and can also bring much more as he displays throughout the album. The opening track 'Panasonic Youth' brings us the same frenetic Dillinger we had become ... (read more)

Report this review (#60790) | Posted by Solids2k | Monday, December 19, 2005 | Review Permanlink

5 stars Well if you want to get introduced to DEP,better start with this one!With Miss machine the DEP continue what that they started with their first full length (Grind+Noise+ambient+Prog+Jazz).All songs here are complex,with many changes in riffs ,rythms,and of course with sections of Ambient mixed ... (read more)

Report this review (#43574) | Posted by suachili | Saturday, August 20, 2005 | Review Permanlink

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