Calculating Infinity is the debut studio album by American metalcore band The Dillinger Escape Plan. Recorded at Trax East Recording Studio in South River, New Jersey, it was produced by engineer Steve Evetts with the band's guitarist Ben Weinman and drummer Chris Pennie, and released on September 28, 1999 by Relapse Records. The album is the band's only full-length album to feature original vocalist Dimitri Minakakis, who left the band in 2001.
Calculating Infinity. Experimental Metal The Dillinger Escape Plan. Labels Unknown label. Produced by Steve Evetts. Music StyleExperimental Metal. Members owning this album82. 1. Sugar Coated Sour. The Dillinger Escape Plan. Album (Studio full-length). Calculating Infinity. 8. 0. Cursed, Unshaven and Misbehavin': Live Infinity.
All lyrics from Calculating Infinity album, popular The Dillinger Escape Plan songs with tracklist and information about album. Album Calculating Infinity (1999). by The Dillinger Escape Plan. Label Relapse Records. Adam Doll, Benjamin Weinman, Brian Benoit, Chris Pennie, Dimitri Minakakis.
Calculating Infinity in my opinion is a masterpiece. why? because in my musical travels i have yet to hear a band that sounds quite like them. their many bands that come close but never quite make the grade !! Jazzy Hardcore and Metal com. report abuse. I enjoy how this album never lets you get used to all the mind blowing shit it pulls. Too bad Miss Machine was a dead dogs ass. The Dillinger Escape Plan are an American mathcore band from Morris Plains, New Jersey and currently signed to Sumerian Records. The group originated in 1997 after the disbanding of Arcane, a hardcore punk trio consisting of Ben Weinman, Dimitri Minakakis, and Chris Pennie. The band's current line-up consists of guitarist's Ben Weinman and Brian Benoit, bassist Liam Wilson, vocalist Greg Puciato and drummer Billy Rymer. Their band name is derived from the famous convicted bank robber John Dillinger.
Calculating Infinity is the perfect example of an album that takes the rulebook of its genre(s) and throws it out completely. It’s the flawless melding of brutality and sophistication, of anger and despair, of hardcore euphoria and jazz-driven mathematics.