The Dillinger Escape Plan: Irony Is A Dead Scene (2002) with Jimmy Rhodes

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017

In between lead singers, The Dillinger Escape plan teamed up with the legendary Mike Patton on a four song EP that combined elements of metal & hardcore, highlighting the band’s tremendous technical acuity and wrapped it all in a self-aware production style. The EP was titled “Irony Is A Dead Scene” (2002). Discussing the record is Jimmy Rhodes (We Were Black Clouds) in the second of the trio of this season’s DC recordings.

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