The Dillinger Escape Plan with Mike Patton
"Irony Is A Dead Scene"
So, what does Mike Patton not do these days? After having a glorious history in tons of strange bands (by that I mean good strange) Mr. Patton is back at it again. This time is no different than any other. He is raising eyebrows once more. You may know him from such fabulous bands as Faith No
More, Mr. Bungle, and Fantomas. Now that he has joined forces with The Dillinger Escape Plan, the band has definitely benefited.
Angry, fast rock where most of the words are open to collective interpretation. We really don¹t need intelligible words to feel the emotion and general message that is being sent.
The band is pissed off, downright psychotic sounding, and I loved every minute of it. The only drawback is that this short disc, made up of only four songs is kind of like a caffeine high, bringing you up faster than you
thought possible, and leaving you stranded on an island of energy that you don¹t know what to do with. On the other hand, if there were more than four songs, this level of energy may be illegal. At any rate, the length insures fans don¹t get bored with too much of a good thing.
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