Dismemberment Plan – 2014 Concert Schedule
One of the best indie rock bands from the 90s is back, and they
are currently underway on a highly anticipated tour. The band was absent from the scene during the early 2000s, but their
recent record "Uncanney Valley," has been making waves in the genre. Dismemberment Plan is currently slated to visit venues
like Chicago's Hideout Block Party, the 9:30 club in Washington, D.C., New York's Bowery Ballroom, and Philadelphia's First
Unitarian Church. If you've been a longtime fan of Dismemberment Plan and you never had a chance to see them during the 90s,
this is your second chance to check out their concert. To get your tickets to see one of the best indie rock bands from the
90s, visit StubHub today, and get ready to rock out with Dismemberment Plan!
About Dismemberment Plan
rock band Dismemberment Plan was formed in the Washington, D.C. area in the early 1990s. The band released their debut album,
titled "!" in 1995, and followed up with "The Dismemberment Plan Is Terrified" in 1997. "The Dismemberment Plan Is Terrified"
caught the attention of fans and critics, and the band was poised to become a breakout hit. By 1999, the Dismemberment Plan
had released "Emergency & I," which generated a huge underground following. The album was cited by many music publications
as having had a significant impact on the evolution of indie rock, and it was listed as being the best album of 1999 by Pitchfork.
After the overwhelming success of "Emergency & I," the band joined Pearl Jam's European tour, and later Death Cab for
Cutie, further increasing their exposure and fan base. By this point, they were considered by indie fans to be one of the
best on the scene. After touring, the band returned to the studio to begin working on their next record, "Change," which was
released in 2001. With a noticeably more mellow sound than their previous album, "Change" was likewise met with critical acclaim
and praise, and it was named by Pitchfork Media as being the 14th best album of the year. A couple of years later, the Dismemberment
Plan announced that they had decided to cease playing together, and they went out with a bang by playing to a sold-out show
to some of their most loyal fans. However, 2010 saw the reuniting of the band for a tour in support of the reissuing of "Emergency
& I." The band later released their fifth album, "Uncanney Valley," in 2013, marking their first release since 2001. Fans
couldn't be more excited with Dismemberment Plan's comeback album, and now that the band is underway on a new tour, old and
new fans alike will be able to see Dismemberment Plan perform all of their incredible songs live in concert.
Plan's Breakthrough Album
With their first two albums, indie rock band Dismemberment Plan started to generate an underground
following, but it was their 1999 album, "Emergency & I" that really took them to the next level. The album is considered
to be one of the most important for the indie rock scene of the time, and it was later placed on many "best of" lists in various
music publications. The album's song "The City" was also listed as number 64 on the "Top 200 Tracks of the 1990s." After the
incredible popularity for "Emergency & I," Dismemberment Plan released their next album, "Change," in 2001, which further
advanced the band to success. "Change" ranked at number 97 in Pitchfork's list of the "Top 200 Albums of the 2000s," and it
was also named as one of the best albums of the year. Although the band took a break shortly after this, they returned in
2013 with their album, "Uncanney Valley," which continues to keep the band's legacy going.
How did Dismemberment Plan come up with their band name? The idea for Dismemberment Plan's band name came from
a line uttered by character Ned Ryerson in the film, Groundhog Day.
is known to keep the crowd moving and having a good time during their live shows, and now that they are back and better than
ever, fans will get to rock out again with one of the best indie rock bands from the 90s. If you've been a longtime fan since
the beginning, you will get to re-experience all of their incredible songs live in concert once again. Whether you're a diehard
fan or you just love good indie rock, a trip to see Dismemberment Plan live in concert never disappoints. It's not every day
a band like this makes a comeback, and you're not going to want to miss out when Dismemberment Plan performs on their current
tour. When Dismemberment Plan visits a venue near your city, be sure to gather up your best concert buddies, and head over
to the show!