See Footage of the Dillinger Escape Plan With Mike Patton for the First of Farewell Shows
Though it all comes to an end tomorrow night, there were many Dillinger Escape Plan fans who had circled Wednesday's (Dec. 27) performance at New York's Terminal 5 on their calendar after it was revealed that Faith No More's Mike Patton would be joining the band to perform songs from their collaborative effort, Irony Is a Dead Scene. The show did not disappoint and fan-shot footage from the performance has now surfaced online.
The five Irony songs kicked off with "Hollywood Squares," (seen above) and fans got another addition when former guitarist Brian Benoit joined in the fun with Patton and the group to play the final three songs -- "Pig Latin," plus covers of Aphex Twin's "Come to Daddy" and Faith No More's "Malpractice."
When it came to bulk of their set, The Dillinger Escape Plan kept the momentum going with a 13-song set that included the two-song encore of "Limerent Death" and "Sunshine the Werewolf." Benoit returned to the stage to join the group on the night's final song.
And, as expected, it was a wild night with singer Greg Puciato once again taking a leap off the balcony, but as seen in footage below, he wasn't the only one.
The band returns to Terminal 5 tonight (Dec. 28) before wrapping up their career with Friday's farewell at the same venue.
Watch The Dillinger Escape Plan + Mike Patton Perform "Come to Daddy"
Watch the Dillinger Escape Plan Perform "Limerent Death" and "Sunshine the Werewolf"
Fan Jumps From Balcony at The Dillinger Escape Plan Show
The Dillinger Escape Plan's Greg Puciato Discusses the Band's Pending Split
Where Do the Dillinger Escape Plan Rank Among the Top 50 Hard Rock + Metal Live Acts of All Time?