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The Dillinger Escape Plan announces final show

Tuesday, August 08, 2017 9:36 AM PT




After two decades as a band, The Dillinger Escape Plan will play their final show on Friday, December 29 at Terminal 5 in New York, NY. Opening the event will be Code Orange and Daughters.

Speaking on its location, frontman Greg Puciato had this to say: "For me, in terms of shows, New York has always been one city on a short list of them, where every Dillinger show felt like a homecoming. Maybe it's the proximity to New Jersey, maybe because we're all East Coast natives, maybe for me it's largely because it was the location of my first show with the band back in 2001, and maybe a lot of it is just the overall energy of the city itself. So many incredible shows, unforgettable memories on and offstage, and familiar faces both backstage and in the crowd. Add to that the fact that geographically its the one city that makes the most sense for anyone traveling from the east or west, or up the coast, and this was kind of a no-brainer from the beginning."



30 comments


anonymous
74 days ago
again?

anonymous
74 days ago
some people don't like daughters. i like daughters.

anonymous
74 days ago
I agree, shows in California, more like in Southern California suck. Kids just stand and watch and the turn outs are really bad.

anonymous
74 days ago
Will mosh first-class there

anonymous
74 days ago
Yeah, New York is a no-brainer even for the West Coast people who would need to travel 3,000 miles for it.

anonymous
74 days ago
How in the shit does this location make the most sense for anyone traveling from the West?

anonymous
74 days ago
^^^^^^
You can usually get direct flights to NYC from just about anywhere. They are usually fairly cheap. Except that it's right in the middle of the fcking holidays.

anonymous
74 days ago
How will lambgoat even remain in business without this band to pleasure to?!

anonymous
74 days ago
I haven't seen them since '05. Of all places, fck Terminal 5. I'm gonna go. Fight me. I'll be the one jumping off the third-floor balcony.

anonymous
74 days ago
Good.

anonymous
74 days ago
They are a NJ band. Makes logical sense they are not choosing Texas, California, Bahamas, France or India for their last show ever.

Side note - I thought their first show with Greg was that Jersey Metal Fest in Asbury Park. Not NYC.

anonymous
74 days ago
these wack a** n*ggas shoulda' hung it up 15 years ago lolz

anonymous
74 days ago
in4 balcony dives

anonymous
74 days ago
I still haev respect

anonymous
74 days ago
EW do you REALLY want your final show to be with Code Orange? BARFFFFF

anonymous
74 days ago
he's right you know. this should be with ETID, norma jean, the fall of troy, from a second story window, zao, converge, poison the well and the bled

anonymous
74 days ago
^^^ AGREED

anonymous
74 days ago
Who? Never bothered to listen to these guys even once, and I never will. See you next year at the re-union, and record release show.

anonymous
74 days ago
You all need to go be salty somewhere else. Shit. Is. Sad.

74 days ago
1/2 the crowd leaves after Daughters, other half after Code Orange

anonymous
74 days ago
I'm not crying... you're crying.

anonymous
73 days ago
Botch reunion is imminent.

anonymous
73 days ago
I hope Patton is there and that's all they play.

anonymous
73 days ago
Thiz band is straight up dawg shit

anonymous
73 days ago
for as much as they toured together (at least twice) I would have put smart money on Zao as well - especially since they are active again, seem to be friends and are doing the "self-label thing" like Dillinger.

anonymous
73 days ago
Code Orange on this bill isn't a bad thing, but direct support? Really? Should have been the opener with someone who put in a lot more work with Dillinger in direct support...like Candiria.

anonymous
73 days ago
Code Orange are paper champions at this point they have the right friends and keep getting put on way bigger shows than they deserve no way roadrunner is happy with how that record did

anonymous
72 days ago
Code Orange is tight. 'Forever' got pretty solid ratings so I don't understand what half these fcks are saying. Perfect band for this.

anonymous
71 days ago
^^ 100% Member of the band. No one actually believes that. Just like Touche Amore, you'll finally lose traction and go away

anonymous
65 days ago
They should troll the crowd by not playing 43% Burnt one last time.