British band 65daysofstatic got together originally as a trio in 2001. If you can believe zkazkám kolujícím establishing 65daysofstatic, the band created as a project whose goal was to make a soundtrack to the movie nevydanému John Carpenter Stealth Bomber pojednávajícím still about 65 days following the global collapse of all infrastructure and communications on Earth. Whether this was really so or are the reasons for the formation of 65dos somewhere else, one thing is certain – the alternative world scene with the emergence of this genre has grown hardly classifiable party of intriguing instrumental project, which is able to destroy each other recording the thesis of the loop current and neinvenčnosti (only) alternative scene.
Confirmed it was the debut album The Fall of Math (2003), a breakthrough single Retreat! Retreat! and the following two albums One Time For All Time (2005) and The Destruction of Small Ideas (2007), after which a lot of his work with the phenomenon of post-rock and 65dos catapulted into the big leagues present alternatives. Next, the latest Lines of Action We Were Exploding Anyway (2010) is then carried out another in a spirit of final emancipation from for many a little stale and restrictive post-rock mold and open to other influences, especially those of the rank of advanced electronics. Not only does this step again shifted 65dayofsstatic on their way to the greatest diversity and originality, but also became another aspect that makes the concert experience 65dos category of exceptional and unrepeatable. Energy and emotions that the band sparkle on stage, stupid, fans of alternatives from Britain to Japan.