Dillinger Escape Plan Live 'Milk Lizard' Video Goes Online

(Prog) A live video of Dillinger Escape Plan performing Milk Lizard has been released through TeamRock. The performance was filmed at Arctangent festival in Somerset last August - a three-day event showcasing math, noise and post-rock acts - by Bristol-based production company Small Pond Recordings.

The song is taken from the band's 2007 record Ire Works, one of three records the band reissued on vinyl in November via label Relapse Records, in collaboration with guitarist Ben Weinman's creative start-up Party Smasher Inc.

The 40-year-old - who is currently the only original member left in Dillinger Escape Plan - founded the organisation last year as a way for musicians, photographers, illustrators and designers to share ideas and encourage innovation.

He previously said of his business: "I was well into my 20s with a college degree and a corporate job, playing with music with no intention of generating money or some massive fan base. Before I even realised it, I was making 100% of my living creating art. How did this happen? Because we ignored the rules.

"We are here to celebrate the artists that are following their own path, undeterred by the trends." Watch the video here.

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