Depends on your lifestyle. I am currently away from home on a work rotation (have been for a few months now). When I am out here, I am basically sedentary aside from lifting/conditioning. Very low-stress job. So for this trip I have been following the exact routine you are outlining. I went through an entire Juggernaut cycle skipping the deload weeks (didn't need them) and am currently in the third week of a 531 cycle to fill in time before I travel home next week.
My schedule has looked like this:
Day 1 - Front Squat (dropped squats about a year ago, shoulders and lower back just weren't digging it anymore)
Day 2 - Bench/Row
Day 3 - no lifting, just conditioning (prepping for a PT test coming up)
Day 4 - Deadlift
Day 5 - Military PRess/Weighted Pullups
Day 6 - Bis/Tris, followed by conditioning
Start over at Day 1
I haven't had a day off from some form of training since late September, but I feel great and have continued making progress - have added to my training max on everything but military press (always been my weak point).
I would say try it out for a few weeks (or more) and see how you feel. Feel good or better? Keep going. Feel worn down and shitty? Go back to the regular schedule.