The Dillinger Escape Plan vocalist Greg Puciato at Carolina Rebellion Friday, May 5.

Although it’s been two years since The Dillinger Escape Plan played their final show, fans are undeniably still excited for anything new they can get their hands on.

The band’s first two albums, Calculating Infinity and Miss Machine, are celebrating their 20th and 15th anniversaries this year and to go along with it they’re getting vinyl reissues.

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The two records are incredibly influential to metalcore and hardcore as a whole with Calculating Infinity acting as one of the founding albums for mathcore and Miss Machine marking a huge shift in their style.

Limited edition super deluxe pressings of both albums will hit stores on November 29th via Relapse and can be pre-ordered here. They’re also rolling out new shirts, hoodies and more that you can order as well.

In case you’re unfamiliar or just want to listen to the records again, check them out below.

For Calculating Infinity‘s 15th anniversary, we spoke to members of Man Overboard, Night Verses, Hawthorne Heights and more about what the album meant to them in their discovery of heavy music.

The band also reissued their debut EPUnder The Running Board, back in 2016.

“I’ll never forget the first time we started jamming on what would become the first song off that EP,” guitarist/band founder Ben Weinman tells AltPress. “The song many consider paved the way for the Dillinger sound. ‘The Mullet Burden’ was our version of what we thought was heavier and more jarring than anything we had heard previously. That was really our goal: to make all other noisy, heavy bands look like elevator music. I’m still really proud of the music we produced back then and it’s exciting for some of our newer fans to be able to get this thing in their hands.”

 

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