The Dillinger Escape Plan - Dissociation album review
Stunning swansong from New Jersey math metal pioneers The Dillinger Escape Plan
This album has been heralded as potentially the final DEP record, and it’s somewhat incredible to reflect that they’ve been going for nearly two decades. Previous album One Of Us Is The Killer was as unrelenting as their legendarily intense stage show, but even on opener Limerent Death, it’s clear this is a different monster. Wanting Not So Much As To calls to 2004’s Miss Machine – technical and frantic, but not without nuance, while its spoken-word ending lends it an experimental air.