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THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN To Permanently Retire Songs From Their Setlist After This Month

Maybe songs from Miss Machine?

Maybe songs from Miss Machine?

The Dillinger Escape Plan will be playing a handful of shows across North America come this June for the sole purpose of retiring "certain songs" from a "certain album." At least that's what guitarist Ben Weinman's Instagram says, which you can check out right here.

Looking forward to these special shows in June. We are going to be playing some special songs from a certain record and then retiring them forever. OOPS Spilled The beans. Photo: @jrcmccord

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Not to burst your bubble or anything, but Faith No More won't even be in the country during the shows. So there's no chance of the group rocking any of the songs from Irony Is A Dead Scene with Mike Patton. However, the poster for the tour has a background that is made up of the band's Miss Machine album art, so perhas the group will be retiring songs from that record? We have no insider info, so we'll just have to find out with the rest of you.

We'll see in less than two weeks! Check out the dates below.

06/13 Long Beach, CA – Ink & Iron Festival
06/16 Washington, DC – Rock & Roll Hotel (feat.Mutoid Man and Primitive Weapons)
06/17 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer (feat. Mutoid Man, Primitive Weapons and Rosetta)
06/18 Boston, MA – Royale Nightclub (feat.Mutoid Man and Primitive Weapons)
06/19 Montebello, QC – Amnesia Rock Fest
06/20 New York, NY – Irving Plaza (feat. Mutoid Man and Primitive Weapons)

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