Dillinger Escape Plan to Play Old Songs During Upcoming Tour

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Dillinger Escape Plan, the mathcore band with a devoted cult following, has announced that they will play some old songs during their upcoming tour.

They posted a picture of their 2004 album, Miss Machine, on their Facebook page with a list of show dates.

We gon' play some old songs. Show up.

Posted by The Dillinger Escape Plan on Monday, June 1, 2015

Some of Dillinger Escape Plan's most popular songs are from their early years. Songs like "Panasonic Youth," "43% Burnt," "Setting Fire to Sleeping Giants," and "Baby's First Coffin" are among fan favorites.

They are, however, over a decade old, and bands seldom enjoy playing songs too far buried in their back catalog. Dillinger, however, seems willing to do so for the satisfaction of their fan base.

The band's upcoming set of shows will kick off in Las Vegas and conclude in New York.

Mutoid Man, the sludge-laden power trio fronted by Steve Brodsky, will be joining them on the tour in support of their debut full-length album.

If you are a nostalgic Dillinger fan, and you want to see them shred through songs from the early oughts, now may be your best chance do so. The tour will mainly be in the eastern and western coasts--missing the Midwestern part of the country.

The Las Vegas show is on June 12.