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31 photos from Dillinger Escape Plan’s epic farewell show at NYC’s Terminal 5

December 31 2017, 2:43 PM EST Kristine Cannon Photographer: Stephen Odom

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  • Thurs., Dec. 28; with Sheridan Durant from School of Rock Easton, PA.
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The Dillinger Escape Plan performed their three final shows from Dec. 27 to Dec. 29 at New York City's Terminal 5.

On day one, Faith No More singer Mike Patton joined the band for a five-song set to start things off. During their encore, "Sunshine The Werewolf," vocalist Greg Puciato ascended the railing of Terminal 5's balcony to take an epic stage dive into the excited audience. Watch it below.

Read more: The Dillinger Escape Plan crush the first of their three final shows—watch

On day two, the band brought out original singer Dimitri Minakakis to play a few tracks from their debut record, Calculating Infinity. The set included the iconic "43% Burnt," which you can watch below.

Read more: Hear the isolated vocals from TDEP's "Limerent Death"

On the final night of the progressive hardcore group's three-day sold out residency, they played a massive 19-song setlist as their farewell, as well as performed some epic balcony stunts. Their final encore included “Farewell, Mona Lisa,” “43% Burnt” and “Dissociation” with Seven Suns and original the Dillinger Escape Plan bassist Adam Doll. Check out the bittersweet, yet epic, moments here.

For more from their farewell show, incuding some behind-the-scenes pics, click through our gallery above! All photos were taken by Stephen Odom

Watch more: Ben Weinman, Greg Puciato talk the end of Dillinger Escape Plan

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