The Dillinger Escape Plan kicked off their trio of farewell shows last night in New York City, and did not disappoint. The opening set saw them joined by Mike Patton to perform songs from their Irony Is A Dead Scene EP, and then it was time for the headliners. The legends ripped through their thirteen song set flawlessly, and as you would expect, it included several stage dives, sing alongs, and an epic balcony dive by Greg Puciato. Check out fan footage of the insanity below!
With Mike Patton: “Hollywood Squares”, “When Good Dogs Do Bad Things”, “Pig Latin”, “Come To Daddy” (Aphex Twin cover), “Malpractice” (Faith No More cover)
The Dillinger Escape Plan: “Panasonic Youth”, “Destro’s Secret”, “Setting Fire To Sleeping Giants”, “Surrogate”, “Sugar Coated Sour”, “Weekend Sex Change”, “Hero Of The Soviet Union”, “Dead As History”, “Fix Your Face”, “Farewell, Mona Lisa”, “When I Lost My Bet”, “Limerent Death”, “Sunshine The Werewolf”
The band will be playing two more shows at Terminal 5 on the 28th and 29th, with the 29th performance set to be their final show ever. Get ready.