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Dismemberment Plan to release new album

Posted July 1, 2013, 6:03 p.m. in Records by Loren

The Dismemberment Plan, who originally split in 2003 and have played select reunion dates since, have announced the release of a fifth full-length titled Uncanney Valley, which will be released on Oct. 15 through Partisan Records.

A track listing and three two dates (including Riotfest) are listed below.

Uncanney Valley track list:
No One's Saying Nothing
White Collar White Trash
Living In Song
Daddy Was A Real Good Dancer
Mexico City Christmas
Go And Get It
Let's Just Go To The Dogs Tonight

Dismemberment Plan tour dates:
Sep 14: Detroit, St. Jerome's Laneway Festival
Sep 15: Chicago, Riot Fest
Sep 21: Denver, Riot Fest

Source: AV Club

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