Dillinger Escape Plan frontman reveals a few details about how "One of Us Is the Killer" sounds like.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010 09:12 pm
The Dillinger Escape Plan's vocalist Greg Puciato recently enlightened his impression on the band's fifth studio effort "One Of Us is The Killer,", due to release on May 14. The album, according to Greg, represents a new holistic pinnacle of the band's constantly evolving and engaging dynamics.
Speaking to AOL's Noisecreep, Puciato stated (via Blabbermouth) about the recording process for the band's forthcoming CD: "Dillinger is a different beast in tracking than most normal bands. Even Steve [Evetts] has told me that there's no other band that he has recorded that requires this amount of attention to detail. We take a longer amount of time to do one thing than most bands take to do ten. At this point, talking to Ben [Weinman] about it, we only do this once every three years on average so ten years from now I don't want to look back and think, 'F--k man, we should have finished that one three weeks earlier!' Who cares? You want it to be right and you want it to be the thing that was the closest to what your vision actually was."
Regarding the direction of the new the Dillinger Escape Plan material, Puciato said: "I can hear [the influence of old punk and hardcore records] a lot. I can definitely hear that in some of the riffs, which are really aggressive. It's not a blatant hardcore record or anything like that. I actually think this is the most all over the place and weirdest record we've ever written. It's the first one since I joined the band where Ben has sent me songs and I've been like, 'What the f--k is happening? This sounds like a beehive!'"
Watch the full interview in the player below.