The Dillinger Escape Plan took the stage for the last time in Providence, RI this past Thursday. With the crowd warmed up from openers O’Brother, Cult Leader, and Bent Knee, DEP walked out to a packed audience at the Fete Music Hall Ballroom. Playing both old school classics and some new songs off of Dissociation (which was released the following day), The Dillinger Escape Plan put on one of the most energized sets I’ve ever witnessed. Their presence on stage was translated directly into the crowd, as a circle pit emerged immediately after they started to shred. Not once did any of the members stop moving, driving energy and vigor into their performance until the last note. You can pick up Dissociation, out now, on all platforms and be sure to check out DEP on their Farewell Tour, making stops across the U.S. throughout October and November.

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