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A long time ago, someone said, “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” Chances are that dude is dead (actually, it was Nietzche and he’s been dead for years), but those seven little words have not only become a modern philosophical and medical catchphrase, but a signpost to life for The Dillinger Escape Plan. That’s because despite a multitude of major ... Read more in Amazon's The Dillinger Escape Plan Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 14, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sumerian
  • ASIN: B00BXHE0CI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,451 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Hailing from New Jersey, the trailblazing band, whose creative energy and unwavering artistic commitment has reverberated through underground subculture and in tastemaker circles alike since the late 1990s, return with renewed passion and unrivaled skill with their fifth full-length album. The album represents a holistic pinnacle of the band's constantly evolving and engaging dynamics.

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One of the best albums of the year!
Joshua S. Chap
The material is strong and fluidly flows from track to track creating a sense of album continuity.
Scott Rosenbluth
The Bass has a beefy tone that lays the foundation for the record's bombastic sound.
Kyle McDonald

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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Swizzle Malarkey on May 25, 2013
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My only complaint about this album is that after listening to it, I was forced to get reconstructive plastic surgery because IT MELTED MY FACE OFF
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By nin/ja77 on May 14, 2013
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The Dillinger Escape Plan style has been described as many things down through the years such as Mathcore, Hardcore and Metalcore to name just a few, what they really are is one of the best bands in music today. With their relentless non-stop style both in and out of the studio they have forged a path that is unmatched by most bands with their complex playing of styles being heavy yet melodic at the same time and not to forget Greg Puciato ability for high pitched and angry in your face vocals and all this from a band that have a high turnover of members including numerous drummers, bassists and rhythm guitarists, of course lead guitarist Ben Weinman is now the only original member. Former guitarist James Love returns replacing Jeff Tuttle.

Following on from 2010's outstanding "Option Paralysis" the band release album number five "One Of Us Is The Killer" which has the same in your face style of tracks starting right from the get go. They come straight out of the blocks with the hard hitting single "Prancer" and follow that up with the equally aggressive "When I Lost My Bet" The band have long been influenced by Mike Patton (he recorded an ep with them back in 2002) whether it be his work with Faith No more or probably closer to Tomahawk and that style is evident on the title track which has Puciato adopt a much more straight forward vocal style, and with "Nothing's Funny" they have a song in the style of "Black Bubblegum" from 2007's "Ire Works" including Ben Weinman's use of electronics on the track. "Paranoia Shields" is a song full of twists and turns with Puciato twisting every vocal into a different style and features a real mellow breakdown at the 2:27 mark as it goes really quiet before coming out full belt again.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Scott Rosenbluth on May 14, 2013
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There is a bit of a dichotomy in my review because on the one hand you have the musicians in The Dillinger Escape Plan again making an incomprehensible beast of an album, but on the other hand it's much less stylistically evolved than you may hope for from a DEP release. What I mean is precisely this. The growth and development of style that characterized the jump from Calculating Infinity to Miss Machine, then Miss Machine to Ire Works is almost absent, with only a few songs offering something you haven't heard DEP try or hint at in other iterations. The material is strong and fluidly flows from track to track creating a sense of album continuity. The surprises for DEP fans are pretty few and far between as now in their career we've come to expect a couple curve balls, but when they do try something new it's hyper charged and super refreshing. If any fan from Miss Machine on heard this, they would recognize it immediately as DEP. This has a much more renewed vigor for hardcore and makes me recall many a crazy mosh pit adventure which only adds to the charm this band exudes. Melodic elements are still present but in much smaller doses. Again some excellent recording and production jobs make this album explode like a pipe bomb in your face. It's the Dillinger Escape Plan, there are no substitutes and no imitators. Everything they try is pure divinity, and everything they leave alone makes you wonder what it would sound like if they tried it. Pure emotion, pure expression and almost pure creativity make this album another shining gem in an ever growing spoil of riches. I saw these guys get kicked out of the House of Blues Orlando for close to six years for their chaotic ballet of destruction, so please, do yourself a favor and go see them live before they get banned from your hometown venues too!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ryan T. Good on July 8, 2013
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Music reviewers may rely on categorization too often. My first instinct was to agree with the folks who categorize The Dillinger Escape Plan (DEP) as mathcore which has hardcore punk/heavy mental instrumentation combined with frenetic, changing time signatures beyond the realm of your "average" progressive metal. To me, mathcore could be the free-jazz of heavy metal. Even if I don't totally understand it, I can totally appreciate it.

I have experienced some prior DEP recordings and read some existing reviews. I could take a review of their previous CD Option Paralysis, change the title to 2013's One Of Us Is The Killer, swap out song titles and VIOLA the reviews would read the same. The amazing thing is that the formula isn't broken so there's no need to fix it. Lead guitarist and only original-member Ben Weinman still crafts chaos inside concise metal statements. Greg Puciato's vocals are very high energy (understatement); his delivery is insanity on purpose yet when he sings melody he has a very Mike Patton-esque feel which is a compliment, yet a simple comparison however apt. Drumming on this release is Billy Rymer whose performance provides structure to the chaos while contributing to it as well. Liam Wilson slings the bass and part of his charm is his on-stage presence; search for the Golden Gods 2013 performance of DEP to witness his command. Rhythm guitarist Lames Love is a solid piece in the atonal puzzle.

One factor that sticks out is the effective use of melodic background vocals, specifically on tracks "Hero of the Soviet Union" and "Nothing's Funny," the latter of which would make an excellent single as it has more accessible qualities than the bulk of the CD.
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