Limerent Death

Album: Dissociation (2016)


  • The lead single from Dissociation, the sixth and final studio album by The Dillinger Escape Plan, Greg Puciato's entire end vocal part was recorded on the first take. He explained to TeamRock:

    "That was something that was important to me because I wanted it to ramp up in intensity in a very natural way. I wanted to capture the feeling of somebody escalating into an impossible frenzy. It's one of my favorite vocal performances ever."


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