The Dillinger Escape Plan with Mike Patton: Irony is a Dead Scene

Dillinger Escape Plan

The Dillinger Escape Plan with Mike Patton: Irony is a Dead Scene
Label: Epitaph
Release Date: 2002
Review Date: 2003

Is “with Mike Patton” is something to brag about? You can probably guess where this review is headed, especially if you think Faith No More lost it’s greatness when it replaced original front man Chuck Mosley with a cartoon character. I don’t know why I have such vitriol for Mike Patton, I guess I’m just firmly in the camp that doesn’t get it. If you like a lot of hyper-frantic guitars and screaming over multiple tempo changes and train of consciousness song structures this might be for you. Oh yeah, don’t forget about the funny voices. Then again, if you do like that kind of thing you should really go listen to some Frank Zappa instead. Otherwise pick up this four song eighteen minute long masturbatory waste of a piece of aluminum sandwiched in plastic.

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