Thoughtcrimes (The Dillinger Escape Plan) premiere new song and video
Long Island, New York's Thoughtcrimes, featuring The Dillinger Escape Plan drummer Billy Rymer, have released a new single and music video. Titled "Panopticon," the track will appear on the group's forthcoming, debut album.
The song's Tom Flynn-directed video can be viewed below.
"Initially, we set out to release an additional EP until we built a studio and committed to writing a full-length album," explains Rymer. "This was the first body of work completed during those sessions."
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Ahh yes, the least important member of DEP's history.
second half no good
f*ck yes! This rips
Kamala Harris is stoked.
This sucks, but is way better than what Grig Purckitteio has put out.
This guy has the drumming ability of Helen Keller with the looks of Anne Sullivan. An unfortunate combination.
This band is constantly churning out bangers. They could take DEP's place moving forward if they can get some good marketing in place.
Sounds like The Dillinger Escape Plan should have been.
The drummer, now that's funny
"Sounds like The Dillinger Escape Plan should have been." It is a complete knock-off of what DEP was. It is good, I enjoy it, but not pretending they aren't just trying to be DEP.
This song rips. The video is nuts.
This ripped so hard for the first 90 seconds. Then it sucked. -_-
Retards all up in this thread. Band is sick.
Dude is trying to sound like Greg Poochyotto so bad it's cringey
this song is fire
they should be prosecuted for soundcrimes just based on the pain theyre inflicting on peoples ears