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Thoughtcrimes (The Dillinger Escape Plan) release new video

Sat, October 9, 2021 8:14 AM PT3,497 views

Thoughtcrimes, the Long Island-based hardcore band featuring The Dillinger Escape Plan drummer Billy Rymer, singer Rick Pepa, guitar players Russ Savarese and Brian Sullivan, and bass player Cody Hosza, mark the arrival of their Tap Night EP with the release of the "Wedlock Waltz" video. The new clip is available below.

The track is one of two new songs on the expanded, reissued EP, with the band previously sharing a video for the track "Misery's A Muse."

"Once the tone was set with the first demo, we pushed ourselves to make the most blistering track we could," explains Rymer. "I remember throwing three mics on my drums and grinding a series of blast beats in odd meters to start. Brian and I would pass each other the guitar until we found the riff. We aimed to keep it high energy and dissonant."

"'Wedlock Waltz' puts a spotlight on the loss of privacy, given away willingly and to the lowest bidder," adds Pepa. "It's a brash call to a higher standard."





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