Dissociation is the sixth and final studio album by American band The Dillinger Escape Plan. It was released on October 14, 2016 by the group's independent label Party Smasher and distributed by Cooking Vinyl. The album was mixed by producer Josh Wilbur. Dissociation was revealed as The Dillinger Escape Plan's sixth and final album alongside guitarist and founding member Ben Weinman's announcement that the group was to "go out while we're still on top" following their tour cycle for the album.
Dissociation is the sixth studio album from The Dillinger Escape Plan. The term ‘dissociation’ is used to describe disconnect, often in a psychological context, in extreme cases leading to cases such as multiple personality. The title is also a tribute to the band’s close. Following the album’s release in October 2016, frontman Greg Puciato confirmed the band would be breaking up following the tour cycle. Puciato emphasised the importance of finishing on a high note and feeling accomplished with The Dillinger Escape Plan as a whole. In the last few years, we’ve started to reach what felt like.
The Dillinger Escape Plan have always built a stellar reputation on being surgically precise in their performances and recordings, and while this has not in any way been compromised, there is a clear sense of danger and unknown feelings finding their way on board. Greg Puciato and Ben Weimann have both spoken of their experiences and anxiety being driving forces going into the production of the album, but not even the most devoted of followers could have expected an end result like this.
The Dillinger Escape Plan Lyrics. By the last time in the car Then I already knew At the time I laughed I didn't know what to believe. Couldn't stay for you What a strange way to lose. Take you, I couldn't take you Don't confuse being set free With being discarded and lonely I tried to tell you we never change. Dissociation" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
The Dillinger Escape Plan’s blend of extreme harshness and technicality had a seismic impact on the metal and hardcore underground with the release of their 1999 full-length debut Calculating Infinity. Not unlike those ’90s-era hidden-image 3D posters, the New Jersey quintet’s transfiguration of progressive metal influences like Meshuggah, Carcass, Human Remains, and Deadguy required a cognitive shift to recognize the detail and structural complexity under all the noise. From that point on, DEP have shown a hunger for pushing boundaries while attempting to stay true to their essence. Dissociation, the band’s sixth and final album, touches often on the now-familiar template of pounding, grindcore-level noise flurries that once shook the world. Of course, Dillinger Escape Plan take sharp turns away from that template as well-often in the same song.
Band Name The Dillinger Escape Plan. Album Name Dissociation. Released date 14 October 2016. Labels Party Smasher Inc. Music StyleExperimental Metal. Members owning this album26. 2. Symptom of Terminal Illness. 3. Wanting Not So Much As To. 4. Fugue.
Performer:The Dillinger Escape Plan Genre: Rock Title: Dissociation Released: 2016 Style: Math Rock, Hardcore MP3 version ZIP size: 1996 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1370 mb Rating: 4.6 Votes: 284 Other Formats: WMA FLAC WAV ADX DMF VOX RA
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