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Deftones To Tour With The Dillinger Escape Plan In April/May

ThePRP has learned that the Deftones and The Dillinger Escape Plan will be touring together in the spring. While the trek has yet to be officially announced, The Dillinger Escape Plan frontman Greg Puciato has previously hinted at a ‘massive’ North American tour for early 2011. So far the only confirmed dates are as follows:

04/29 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
05/06 Providence, RI – Lupo’s
05/07 Hartford, CT – The Webster

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    • LexTron6K     January 3, 2011 at 4:48 pm

      I know adamonfire. I really wish that this could have been a Nickleback and Creed show announcement, a tour featuring Numero Uno Underrato and THE BEST LIVE BAND I’VE EVER SEEN.

      Alas, I’ll have to watch from my sad little sideline as all the cockboobs and douche nozzles attend this show like the idiots that they are!!! Hahahah!!! LOLZ!!! THE JOKE’S ON THEM ADAMONFIRE!!!!

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    • DexterMorgan     January 3, 2011 at 6:45 pm

      this show will be intense. adamonfire is obviously the pretentious tool who thinks he’s being a edgy by leaving shitty comments on a music blog. there’s always at least one of them. those kids should take their hipster attitude elsewhere. go listen to Kings of Leon.

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    • ballsofmetal     January 4, 2011 at 4:37 pm

      Dammit, I think everything I wanted to say was said already. Glad to see ThePRP is moving on up. Guess adamonfire is upset Deftones chose not to bring Papa Suck Roach.

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    • Incidentally, I’ve come to the realization that most American’s go out of their way to ‘big-up’ / give ‘mad-props’ to their city over another’s.

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    • @ Surly. don’t listen to the bald canadian above, he knows little lol. visit CA because of their fondness for over-sized beer glasses & bud, and hockey violence & hockey hair. oh, skis are dumb, get a board sir.
      ps. I wanna see Perth, Australia for some reason.

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    • They Ate Their Macaroons in Silence     January 4, 2011 at 11:31 pm

      Depending on how much traveling you’ve done, you oughtta know it’s who you’re with, & not where you are. I had more fun in Townsville getting my 2nd eyebrow piercing, skinny dipping in the jellyfish infested shore with Dutch acquaintances, getting paid to pose for a porn mag, and watching Futurama with fellow backpackers than perusing the fun waterpark in Brisbane. Growing up throughout the United States (but also many overseas countries), I’ve estimated that people in the West are generally more easygoing and fun. It feels more like a hive in the East, don’t get me wrong I love the storms! My girlfriend, being from Ventura, CA, says her hometown is a global favorite for many Aussies. I’ve been reared mostly in the PNW and it has any and everything. Portland, Seattle has all the entertainment. Try some wine from my old vineyard in the Yakima Valley. @Will: Let’s have a Victoria Bitter and snorkel with the whale sharks in Perth springtime

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    • robichaud1     January 5, 2011 at 7:33 am

      @Will – Bud sucks. But sign me up for all that other stuff. In other news, Canada’s World Junior hockey team plays Russia tonight, having defeated the U.S. 4-1 in the semis…. Ah, sweet revenge.
      @TATMIS – Well, I have to confess, I haven’t tried every single beer in the world. But I’m working on it. I have to say I’m a big fan of Dogfish Head’s 60-minute IPA. Makes me hoppy. Also – Irish Guinness? Isn’t that… Irish? Or is this a lesser-known micro?

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    • @ robichaud1. CA bud sucks, or you hate bud? never had it myself, but your beers are huge up there. you seem in my limited experience with Candians to be good peoples & very liberal (thumbs up). even your bald, bloody handed self lol.

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    • shit, since we’re traveling, come to Toast NC and see 4 rednecks, one 3 legged dog, and a few houses. bands!? square dancing maybe hahahaha, sad really.

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    • They Ate Their Macaroons in Silence     January 6, 2011 at 1:31 am

      Haha working on trying every beer.. Me too. There’s only 1 Guinness, I was just illustrating that most good beers are not American, & I haven’t had a scrumptious Canadain beer either, though $8.99 for a 12 pack of Molson isn’t too bad.

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    • Living close to Canada and visiting TO many times, I must say that Canada has some of the finest beers and breweries. Such as Mill Street, Granite, Unibroue, St. Ambroise, Great Lakes (CAN), C’est What? has some fine brews such as their Hemp Ale, Steam Whistle, Duggan’s, Creemore, Big Rock, and Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel.

      As for Guinness in the States we were only used to two kinds, Draught and Extra Stout. Now Guinness finally put their Foreign Extra Stout on the market and that is by far the best Guinness I’ve ever had.

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    • robichaud1     January 7, 2011 at 8:32 pm

      @TATMIS (makes me giggle when I say that, tee hee) and rageagainst123 – Unibroue’s got some unique stuff, yeah. Best-named beer for sure (“La fin du monde”, “La Maudite”; “The end of the world”, “The Damned”, respectively).
      My personal fave of Canadian breweries is Brick Breweries out of Waterloo, ON (I think…). Waterloo Dark with a picture of a boar on the front is fantastic. And I’ve been drinking Red Baron (cheap and good!) for about a decade. Though I’m dabbling in the light version recently… gettin’ fat. Not just fat-fat — American-fat. Haaaaa! Zing.
      You guys need to try Moosehead. Best mass-market Canadian beer out there.

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    • robichaud1     January 7, 2011 at 8:36 pm

      @will – Bud in general. Your bud, my bud, everybody’s bud, bud. Bud Light? Sucks. Bud Lime? Suuuucks. Tastes like soap. Bud sucks. I hope I’m getting my point across. : )
      I try to avoid big breweries in general. Support the little guy – drink local/regional/micro beer!

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    • @y’all dudes – Perth!? My goodness…you guys. But hey, one of my favourite beers was originally brewed in WA – Little Creatures. Their pale ale is delightful.
      @Rob – better beer? Ah…*whispers*…yes, I agree. But I hear American’s are big on ‘craft-beer’ at the moment…like it’s something ‘new’. Hehe…
      @Big Mac – always love your insight.
      @Aries – dude, get off the forum and come hang here more…actually, aren’t you banned already? ;-)
      @ – go will! :-D
      I’d like to see Vermont in Autumn, to be honest. Those leaves…
      I do love NY and is my fan favourite thus far…not long ago I stayed for a while in Chelsea and lapped up Fatty Crab and free-pour’s into tea cups @ the prohibition-era Back Room, the W breakfasts and getting ripped-off @ The Hudson..Oh and seeing the Rangers @ Madison Square.
      Btw..I saw The National last night. They’re from NY, I believe.

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    • They Ate Their Macaroons in Silence     January 9, 2011 at 1:36 pm

      @Rob: “La Fin Du Monde” is a serious ass beer. 1 of those & my locc’d out sway is half accomplished.
      @Rage: I’ll get on that!!
      @Surly: as per the Lizard King, “The west is the best.”

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    • robichaud1     January 12, 2011 at 7:25 am

      @will – Yeah, I dropped the sphere there (by sphere, I mean ball). Since we were talking about beer, I figured bud was “Budweiser”, which sucks regardless of where it’s brewed. I’m a very infrequent smoker (I get the hyper-paranoia, ya see), but my baked friends can vouch for the supremacy of BC bud.

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    • i believe i have opposite day. most of you love beer & i bud. beer, its great. but the next day it gets harder to shake lately. but sweet cheeba, never lets you down (ha). whats with you guys anyway? i love cheap ‘merican beer. bud light, keystone, coors, etc. once in a while i drink fosters keg cans. hey SURLY, do you have fosters down there. youtube it. its AU for beer “they” say. classy to me is blue moon and an orange.

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    • Funnily enough Fosters beer is only sold off-shore and hasn’t been sold locally for many, many years. Ironically, Australian’s think it’s shit…

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