THE PACK A.D. could be anti-social outcasts who have trust issues or they could just be honest to a fault. When we live in a world of social networking where people offer up mundane details masked as intimacy to "friends" and "acquaintances" alike, where everyone looks like everyone and everyone can do everything... what's left? Following through on 2008's devastating one-two punch (January's Tintype and August's Funeral Mixtape), we kill computers is The Pack a.d.'s third album and it marks a bold departure away from the blues and headfirst into straight up garage rock/pop/punk. Recorded live off the floor to analog tape at Hive Studios in Vancouver by JESSE GANDER (Japandroids, Bison b.c.) and then mastered at GhettoRecorders in Detroit by JIM DIAMOND (Dirtbombs, Detroit Cobras), We Kill Computers is a rapid fire assault of 13 heavy, heavy songs. When The Pack a.d. plays a show they hand the audience their guts. That's why We Kill Computers, a full year in the making, captures that same live energy—fierce, unapologetic, and loud as hell. Lyrically, The Pack a.d. offers up their general mistrust of humans and their motives, while tipping off that animals have got it right. Sonically charged and relentless, The Pack a.d. don't play a song so much as attack it—and we kill computers is them coming at you at a run.