Recorded at Svenska Grammofon Studio in Gothenburg, Sweden by Kalle Gustavsson and Don Ahlsterberg, Das Not Compute takes DOLL to atmospheres only hinted at on their first album with groovier guitars and four on the floor rhythms. This time around they aren't afraid to strip things down even more to create a diverse album that goes from huge walls of guitars to ultra minimalist keyboard/vocal songs.
Das Not Compute pushes the conceptions of rock and punk with an equal nod to British psychedelia and Washington, DC post-punk. Their lyrics claw at the state of the world and the human condition and after listening to this fiery sophomore album, DOLL will have you questioning everything yourself. Upon the end of this musical journey, when the dust settles and the pillars of heaven have been shook, you will find then yourself standing in the midst of the current state of chaos and hyperactive media. At that moment the words of these four Swedes will ring true... that something truly "Das Not Compute". DOLL is no where... DOLL is now here.
"We set out to do our best and make a really good record and that's about it."
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