The Dillinger Escape Plan

The Dillinger Escape Plan Give Final Interview, Greg Puciato Says He Has No Regrets (Updated)


Update – December 18th, 2017 – 12:48pm:

A transcription of the entire interview is now available via Revolver.

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With their band’s planned demise set for the end of the month, The Dillinger Escape Plan‘s Greg Puciato and Ben Weinman have given their final interview while members of the outfit. Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich had the honor of hosting their final discussion with the press on the most recent episode of his ‘It’s Electric! With Lars Ulrich‘ show.

When asked by Ulrich if they had any regrets about their career, frontman Greg Puciato responded:

“I don’t think so, honestly. I don’t have any regrets, man. Because I feel like… I mean we went really hard. We went really, really hard. There was no faking it. We didn’t bullshit. We went for the throat the whole time and kind of did that offstage too. And I feel like any of the things that someone would say ‘well I regret that’ has been stuff that was necessary in getting us to where we are now as people…”

If you’re curious, little was mentioned of any of the members potential future plans post-Dillinger. Three farewell shows will take place before the band call it a day, including a live performance of their 2002 EP “Irony Is A Dead Scene” with Mike Patton once again on vocals.

12/27 New York City, NY – Terminal 5 (“Irony is A Dead Scene” set with Mike Patton (feat. God Mother)
12/28 New York City, NY – Terminal 5 (feat. Code Orange & Daughters)
12/29 New York City, NY – Terminal 5 (feat. Code Orange & Daughters)

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