Whether the release date (11.11.11.) of the eleventh D-A-D-Studioalbum alone can be interpreted as a sign for the much conjured up humor of the Danish band, remains to be seen, the album title is it in any case. We remember: The moody quartet from Copenhagen once started their career under the banner "Disneyland After Dark" and then had to stamp it again due to legal disputes with the entertainment giant. "Dic.Nii.Lan.Daft.Erd.Ark" is thus not only a wink, but possibly also a belated satisfaction. Musically D-A-D present themselves three years after "Monster Philosophy" as vital as ever. "Last Time In Neverland", "I Want What She's Got" and "Drag Me To The Curb" are first class live rockers. With "Breaking Them Heart By Heart", "We All Fall Down" and "Your Lips Are Sealed" you also bring thoughtful material to the start. No notable failures were recorded. Is it because it's the first time since "Soft Dogs" that they've produced with Nick Foss again? The anticipation for the tour in February is rising at the latest now.
Top Track: We All Fall Down