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Option Paralysis OUT NOW 
“reaffirmation that they are still one of the most challenging, abrasive, visceral and exciting bands on Earth” Kerrang
Every tangled note of Option Paralysis’ drips with honesty and endeavour, and it shines like a beacon of integrity in a world that’s been focus-grouped into the dirt.” NME
“It sounds huge, and is about as welcome a return as anyone could have hoped.” Rock Sound
“Option Paralysis is a product of modern living, of anxiety, it is a work of contemporary friction from some of the most cranky, snotty, intelligent upstarts in the business” Terrorizer
“Dillinger Escape Plan are one of the best bands in the world’ The Line of Best Fit
“they're still the fittest butcher's dogs in the murky world of mathematical metal.”  The Quietus

“A war of emotion rendered in it’s most extreme tones and is more rewarding on every listen” Rock Sound
“a visceral ride…” Mojo
“No easy routes, no compromises and nothing short of brilliant” NME
Having just played a totally mind blowing set at this year’s Download festival, DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN (Ben Weinman – guitar, Greg Puciato - vocals, Liam Wilson - bass, Jeff Tuttle – guitar and Billy Rymer – drums) have confirmed their first UK tour in years for October/ November 2010. the dates will see the band head across the country  including a headline show at London’s Electric Ballroom on 5th November. Support on the tour comes from Rolo Tomassi.
The follow-up to 2007’s Ire Works, OPTION PARALYSIS  was released earlier this year to considerable acclaim. It IS the beginning of another trajectory in the DEP mythology. Produced by Steve Evetts, Dillinger’s new music is positively abundant with possibilities. Drummer Billy Rymer, whom Weinman describes as “young and hungry,” now occupies the engine room that powers the band. Frontman, Puciato has always had a knack with a bellow that could make reciting a grocery list seem like an exhortation to open the mouth of Hell.
While there’s no shortage of DEP plasma-balls on Paralysis (“Room Full Of Eyes,” “Good Neighbor”), the band keep things fresh with the math-rock/free-jazz convergence of “I Wouldn’t If You Didn’t,” the electro-tweaked “Chinese Whispers” and the closing “Parasitic Twins.” The latter track sports lead vocals courtesy of guitarist Tuttle, as well as Beach Boys-styled harmonies and a major-key Weinman solo that’s more Clapton (ca. Derek And The Dominos) than calculus crush. Clearly, this is not your older brother’s Dillinger Escape Plan.
27-Oct               Southampton                 Uni Garden COurt
28-Oct               Brimingham                    Academy2
29-Oct               Glasgow                          Garage
30-Oct                Manchester                    Club Academy
01-Nov               Nottingham                   Rescue Rooms
02-Nov               Bristol                             Academy
03-Nov               Norwich                          Waterfront
04-Nov               Brighton                         Concorde2
05-Nov               London                           Electric Ballroom
06-Nov               Leeds                              Damnation Festival

“One day, two sets, on conclusion: Dillinger are still miles ahead of the chasing pack” Kerrang
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