Dillinger Escape Plan has yet to achieve crossover success, though it did share the stage with heavy hitters Megadeth and Dream Theater on last year's Gigantour. DEP stormed stages with its technical-brutal-spastic trifecta, alternately shocking and underwhelming old-school longhairs with an in-your-face, up-your-arse attack. The group's fractured, fractal song structures stubbornly refuse to sustain a groove for more than a bar or two, though the cover songs from the new Plagiarism EP prove the bandmates can bring the rock when they want to. As "Setting Fire to Sleeping Giants" suggested on their last album, beefy frontman Greg Puciato can carry a tune and throw it 100 yards. Meanwhile, their faithful take on Justin Timberlake's "Like I Love You," makes their precision takes of live-set staples such as Nine Inch Nails' "Wish" and Soundgarden's "Jesus Christ Pose" even more menacing.