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  • Calculating Infinity is the debut studio album by American metalcore band The Dillinger Escape Plan. Recorded at Trax East Recording Studio in South River, New Jersey, it was produced by engineer Steve Evetts with the band's guitarist Ben Weinman and drummer Chris Pennie, and released on September 28, by Relapse Records.
  • Apr 26,  · On May 14, , mathcore/progressive craftsmen The Dillinger Escape Plan will release their fifth studio album, One of Us Is the Killer. The year-old Jersey-based band has quite the reputation, for good or for ill, and has spent the last decade cultivating a fiery-eyed, throat-shredding, spasm-addicted fan base. Needless to say, with a huge, devoted fan base comes hordes of ferocious.
  • ‎Album · · 11 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Calculating Infinity The Dillinger Escape Plan Metal ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Nora & the Dillinger Escape Plan (Split) - EP Nora & The Dillinger Escape Plan Phantom Limb Pig Destroyer Remission.
  • The Dillinger Escape Plan are a band that can do many things, and do them all well, but no album in history, from them or from any other band, has ever sounded like a single second of what makes up Calculating Infinity. A genuine landmark in the progression of heavy music. Metal Hammer's General Knowledge Quiz See more Metal Hammer features.
  • Calculating Infinity is the debut studio album by American mathcore band The Dillinger Escape Plan, released in September by Relapse Records. It showcases the band’s aggressive, technical.
  • Calculating Infinity, an Album by The Dillinger Escape Plan. Released 28 September on Relapse (catalog no. RR ; CD).
  • The Dillinger Escape Plan's first full length album is quite possibly one of the best "core" albums ever released. A sort of progressive grindcore that dabbles in jazz and schizophrenia. This album should not be overlooked by anyone. Any fan of metal, prog, hardcore or /5.
  • Calculating Infinity is littered with moments of jazz-influence, such as the brief guitar-jazz break 40 seconds into Sugar Coated Sour. This similar sound can be found 36 seconds into Destro's Secret, too. Ben's soloing during that specific break certainly has a bit of jazz-improv going on.

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