Code Orange will bring a host of acts to the table for their show at the popular Irving Plaza. Joining them will be Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, Twitching Tongues, Vein, Trail of Lies. Come early, stay late.
This is it my friends, the end is no longer nie and is in fact here. This is the final DEP show ever as the band closes the book on their brand of musical chaos with this appearance at T5. While its not the end of 2017 just yet, it sure is going to be hard to top this happening IMHO. Hope you snagged a ticket nice and fast since this one is going to sell out faster than you can blink an eye.
Based on the overwhelming response, the DEP has added a second show which will take place on the day BEFORE their final show ever. Obviously the last show sold out rather quick but you can get one more chance to see them on the day before if you are interested.
Yesterday afternoon we learned the nominees for the 2018 Grammy Awards and since that list is super long and doesn’t lean much on the music that we are discussing, I’ve added only “The Rock Categories” for you readers to peruse. Let’s take a look shall we.
Best Rock Performance: For new vocal or instrumental solo, duo/group or collaborative rock recordings.
• You Want It Darker by Leonard Cohen
• The Promise by Chris Cornell
• Run by Foo Fighters
• No Good by Kaleo
• Go To War by Nothing More
Best Metal Performance For new vocal or instrumental solo, duo/group or collaborative metal recordings.
• Invisible Enemy by August Burns Red
• Black Hoodie by Body Count
• Forever by Code Orange
• Sultan’s Curse by Mastodon
• Clockworks by Meshuggah
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I guess it was about a week ago that I shared the press release that lined out how The Dillinger Escape Plan was calling it a career and hosting one final show in NYC at Terminal 5. If you missed that posting please click HERE to be up to speed on the matter. Now, as you can see by the poster graphic below, the band has added a second show to the mix but this one will take place BEFORE the Final Show. I have heard that the last show sold out rather quickly so you better get on point if you want to see them ever again.
PiercingMetal Thoughts: So I’m not really going to add all that much here besides stressing that if you really want to see this band one more time then you best get on the ticket selling stuff so you secure your spot. Let’s not find the scalpers getting all of them and costing the true fans an arm and a leg. I am glad that the band added a second night, which on the calendar plays as the first show because their fans are going to want to let loose with reckless abandon one more time and then again for the final show. That’s all I have to say about the matter. Unless the band adds a third show to the mix. Who knows, perhaps a full-scale tour will be worked out and lead up to this grand finale in NYC. Only time will tell and since music is as unpredictable as the weather, you never know. See you next time.