The Dismemberment Plan announce ‘Uncanny Valley,’ first album in 12 years

June 26, 2013 by Philip Obenschain

The Dismemberment Plan announce ‘Uncanny Valley,’ first album in 12 years

The Dismemberment Plan have announced that their new album, Uncanny Valley, will arrive Oct. 15 via Partisan Records. 

The record marks the group's first release since 2001's Change, and their fifth full-length overall. Check out the announcement from the band, below.


Formed in 1993 in Washington, DC, the influential indie rockers disbanded in 2003, having released four full-length albums and amassed a cult following during their 11-year run. They initially reunited for a one-off in 2007, before returning to performing on a semi-regular basis in 2011.

Check out a live performance of "The City," a track from the The Dismemberment Plan's 1999 breakthrough album, Emergency & I, filmed at the band's hometown venue the 9:30 Club:

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