Dillinger Escape Plan Frontman Says New Music 'Less Accessible'
They began tracking drums earlier this month for the follow-up to 2013's One Of Us Is The Killer - and the vocalist reports that what they've come up with so far is "weirder" and less melodic than recent releases.
Puciato tells Metal Wani: "So far it's a lot weirder to me than the other stuff that we've done - it's a lot less accessible which I'm sure may be a shock to people.
"Obviously we've got a lot more melodic over the years. As of right now it's pretty weird. I don't know if I would use the word aggressive - it's just really a change. I honestly don't really know how to describe it."
He reports the band are approaching album sessions in a way in which they haven't done before and plan to record tracks in batches rather than do everything at the same time.
Puciato continues: "We've always had the album written and then recorded it and put it out. I think this time we might record a batch of songs and then set them aside and then go in later and record another batch and se what comes from that. Maybe we end up throwing something out. I'm interested to see what would happen if we record more than we need." Read more here.
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