The Dillinger Escape Band

The Dillinger Escape Plan

The Dillinger Escape Plan should join Cirque du Soleil. Seriously, they have a proper show: the picture above is just one example of the gravity defying acts their band members are known to show (google them to see more). They spend more time in the air than on the ground during their shows, and when they’re on the ground they spend it spitting fireballs. And they also have some music playing in the background.

Which brings me to some sad news. It seems the band members of The Dillinger Escape Plan are working hard to escape the band for a little while. Aaaw. In the last few days yours truly has counted three side projects by various members of the band. Make the jump to find out more.

First, Devin Townsend and Greg Puciato are collaborating on some track, as announced via Twitter. Then, in what we speculate a move of jealousy and envy*, Ben Weinman also announced he’s collaborating with someone, only like much better and shit, via Facebook. He didn’t say who it was and left to fans to speculate. Then, Greg Puciato announced that he’s working with Max Cavalera on a “brutal” album. We suspect brutally mediocre, if Cavalera gets a hold of the pen and paper.

Will this interfere with their plans of releasing an EP by the end of this year, and a new album some time next year? Yeah, that’s right, I didn’t know how to end this article so I just asked a question to act concerned and intellectual, covering myself in a veil of vagueness.

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* – just like much the rest of this site, over-exaggerated to create dramatic effect and attract more clicks. Bitch.

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