Mathcore heavyweights The Dillinger Escape Plan have finally announced their new album. It's called Dissociation and it hits on October 14 via their label Party Smasher. They've shared a teaser which involves some classical music and some noisy electronics to whet our appetite, and promised the new single will drop on Sunday (7/31).

Dillinger Escape Plan remain an unmissable live band, and they've got a tour coming up, which includes stops at GWAR-B-Q and in NYC at Rough Trade on August 8. Maybe there will be some new material at that show, which is a chance to catch them in a more intimate than usual setting. That show is sold out.

Check out the teaser for Dissociation below, and stay tuned for the single.

UPDATE: DEP have shared the new song. It's called "Limerent Death" and it was played on Daniel P. Carter's BBC 1/Sirius XM show. It's an absolute rager, and a pretty coherent summation of what Dillinger Escape Plan do well. Starting with a slowed-down, doomy passage, the thing pinballs between tempos, riffs, and generally disparate strands of insanity. You can give it a listen below, as it starts at the 2:00:30 mark in the stream of that radio show.