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Dillinger Escape Plan
October 1, 2010   
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Britain’s NME music weekly dubbed them the “World’s Most Dangerous Band” while Kerrang! magazine hailed them as the “best band on the planet.” Now you can judge for yourself. The Dillinger Escape Plan are playing at Warsaw’s Progresja Club on Oct. 9.

The Dillinger Escape Plan, named after John Dillinger, a notorious U.S. outlaw from the 1930s, can trace its roots to the disbanding of Arcane in 1996. Their first album, Calculating Infinity (1999), received rave reviews and came to the attention of Mike Patton, who invited Dillinger to tour with his band at the time, Mr. Bungle.

Paton even did the vocal parts on the EP Irony Is A Dead Scene (2000) after original singer and founding member Dimitri Minakakis packed up his mike and went home. The group’s second album, Miss Machine (2004) was recorded with the band’s current vocalist Greg Puciato, who signed on in 2001. The album was promoted with a world tour that saw Dillinger billed with the likes of System Of A Down, Megadeth and Slipknot.

The Dillinger Escape Plan are now seen as one of the most innovative metal acts in the world. Their sound, characterized by technical precision and complex compositional structures, helped create the so-called mathcore subgenre.

The band’s latest, fourth, album, Option Paralysis, hit the stores in March this year. Cancer Bats, a Canadian punk hardcore act, are the support on their current tour.

M.B.

Progresja Club, 15a Kaliskiego St., Warsaw
Club opens 7 p.m.
Concert starts 8 p.m.
Tickets priced zl.95 (day of concert), zl.85 (beforehand)
available online at www.eventim.pl, www.ticketonline.pl and www.progresja.com
For more information, go to www.progresja.com
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