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Photo Gallery: The Dillinger Escape Plan/O'Brother/Cult Leader at The Granada

The Dillinger Escape Plan
The Dillinger Escape Plan recently announced their impending breakup and released their final album. The influential metalcore group played their final Lawrence show at The Granada on Friday night. The New Jersey band famous for their help in pioneering mathcore blasted through a set of material new and old, stagediving fans, and headache-inducing strobes. Many view the band's style as over the top, but their gift for creating highly calculated chaos is undeniable. The encore concluded with the band inviting dozens of fans onstage and vocalist Greg Puciato diving off a wood barrier onto the onstage crowd as the band continued to play. Support was provided by Atlanta post-hardcore band O'Brother and Salt Lake City metal band Cult Leader. The first half of Cult Leader's lacked in comparison to their performance earlier this year opening for Dragged Into Sunlight at The Riot Room. Vocalist Anthony Lucero's screams came across subdued and the instrumentation sounded a bit muddied, however once those two issues were cleared up the band's grinding, crushing take on hardcore proved to be deadly as ever.

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