NewsDecember 13, 2023 3:19 PM ET5,789 views

The Dillinger Escape Plan add 3rd 'Calculating Infinity' show w/ all openers from nights 1 and 2

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A third (and final) night has been added to the upcoming weekend that will see The Dillinger Escape Plan perform their Calculating Infinity album with original vocalist Dimitri Minakakis at the Brooklyn Paramount in Brooklyn, New York.

The first show on Friday, June 21st will feature Candy and Car Bomb. The second night on Saturday, June 22nd features Deadguy and The Callous Daoboys.

This show, taking place on Sunday, June 23rd looks to feature all four opening bands that were a part of nights 1 and 2, Deadguy, Candy, Car Bomb, and The Callous Daoboys. 

The pre-sale is live now with code 'CREW'.

The band commented:

Last and final chance to join us for this very special anniversary celebration. Here we go, old-school hardcore Sunday Night Matinee. And im sure we will have some special surprises so should be an amazing day.

We want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for this outpour of love and appreciation for what started out as a few friends in a basement trying to make the album that they just couldn't find, and ended up becoming the base for everything we would do for the next 20 years. Honestly, we never thought people would like it. It was music for us and us alone. And at first, that's what it was. People thought the music in this album made absolutely no sense. Pure noise. But then something started to happen. People started talking. Minds started expanding. Influential people started showing. admiration for what we had made. You all understood us! We were not alone. We love you all for this. On that note... See you in June FUCKERS!

 

 

The Dillinger Escape Plan w/ Deadguy, Candy, Car Bomb, and The Callous Daoboys:

06/23 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Paramount


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