The Pack A.D. return to the Netherlands in June
The Pack A.D. have been around some time. For a decade, the duo of Becky Black (guitar/vocals) and Maya Miller (drums/vocals) have been traversing the country’s ten provinces and three territories. From big festivals to the most ragged dive bar, they’ve brought their electrifying garage-rock to the people. It all started with 2006’s Tintype and 2008’s Funeral Mixtape. The Vancouver band later released in 2010 and 2011 with We Kill Computers and Unpersons, which were heavy, gritty, and menacing in their approach.
Their last two albums, Do Not Engage and Positive Thinking, were their most polished of their careers and, as such, more accessible. While there were some gems in the two records, the attitude and bite in their music that made them cult favorites were missing. On their latest album Dollhouse, The Pack A.D. return to their roots and deliver their best effort in six years. It is also their most diverse output to date. A press release explained, "Dollhouse is a product of the gloom that surrounds them and the rest of the world in these politically turbulent times. It's an album that equally explores the personal and political."
In June The Pack A.D. will be back for two shows in the Netherlands: