New Dismemberment Plan Song
2013-07-16 by Andrew Walker | 22 Comments
Indie rock outfit the Dismemberment Plan have released a new song from their upcoming album Uncanney Valley due out October 15th. The song, entitled 'Waiting', can be heard at the link below.

http://waiting.dismembermentplan.com/
Tagged: The Dismemberment Plan

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oltnabrick
July 16th 2013
31979 Comments


tybg


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ZilbelPing
July 16th 2013
6211 Comments


omgeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

sixdegrees
July 16th 2013
17908 Comments


hopefully this will be one of the weaker tracks on the album

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demigod!
July 16th 2013
45492 Comments


whoa i didn't know these guys were even together

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bach
July 16th 2013
13386 Comments


Song was fun.

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dreamobile
July 16th 2013
415 Comments


expected a green day cover. this is gonna be great though seriously i am excited

demigod!
July 16th 2013
45492 Comments


damn that track ruled

bach
July 16th 2013
13386 Comments


"expected a green day cover."

lolwut?

ethixx
July 16th 2013
1170 Comments


reminds me of some diddy kong racing jam

TMobotron
Contributing Reviewer
July 16th 2013
7170 Comments


Whoa what? Fucking awesome.

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BallsToTheWall
July 17th 2013
44805 Comments


How I wish this said New Dismember Song...alas those days have passed

JamieCTA
July 17th 2013
161 Comments


song was decent. Sounded more like one of Travis' side project songs than a TDP song but good nonetheless.

Sheaiskl
July 17th 2013
836 Comments


Thought the production was a bit weird but the song rules hard. They just have a knack of writing the inventive and fun

JamieCTA
July 17th 2013
161 Comments


has gotten better with each listen. As long as they still have some of their more emotional or nostalgic-tinged songs mixed in with the fun quirky ones like this it should be great. I'll take nearly anything new from these guys though to be honest.

EaglesBecomeVultures
July 17th 2013
5299 Comments


"How I wish this said New Dismember Song...alas those days have passed"

gtfo

TenSecondsToThink
July 17th 2013
1253 Comments


3/5

TenSecondsToThink
July 18th 2013
1253 Comments


jk

3.5/5

TenSecondsToThink
July 18th 2013
1253 Comments


Whatever, track is amazing.

EaglesBecomeVultures
July 18th 2013
5299 Comments



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Sheaiskl
July 18th 2013
836 Comments


Track is a catchy jam and why this band rules

TenSecondsToThink
July 18th 2013
1253 Comments


You really know how to provoke someone.

JamieCTA
July 19th 2013
161 Comments


the more I listen the more I like it. The bridge is a little underwhelming for a Plan song (some of their best moments happen in their bridges) but the track is super fun overall. 3.75/5



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