The Pack a.d. hit the road with Elliott Brood!


Tour Dates:
01.19.12 – Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
01.20.12 – Spokane, WA @ Red Room Lounge
01.21.12 – Seattle, WA @ Tractor Tavern
01.28.12 – Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theater with Pierced Arrows and Black Wizard

02.02.12 – Victoria, BC @ Club 9ONE9

The following dates in support of Elliott Brood:

03.02.12 – San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop
03.03.12 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo (early show)
03.05.12 – Denver, CO @ Hi Dive
03.06.12 – Omaha, NE @ The Waiting Room
03.07.12 – St. Louis, MO @ Old Rock House
03.08.12 – Indianapolis, IN @ White Rabbit Cabaret
03.09.12 – Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Tavern
03.13.12 – Albany, NY @ Valentine’s
03.15.12 – Washington, DC @ DC9

This Summer!
07.14.12 – Toronto, ON @ Edgefest, mainstage

Love for Unpersons:

“… a fantastically gritty rock duo.” NPR’s All Songs Considered

 “Like the name of the album implies, Unpersons is the deconstruction of the artists the Pack A.D. have become and of the music they create to their barest, simplest beauty.” Blurt Magazine

 “Black conjures bits of PJ Harvey, Grace Slick, Jean Smith, and even Alice Cooper in her vocals, proving decided range as she delivers eerie lines like “Your future is uncomfortable” from “Positronic.”” Tom Tom Magazine

 “Sirens” lures you in with that feminine snarl and keeps you planted until the drums have burned solidly through your skull.” RCRD LBL

 “…the best quality of Unpersons is how raw and live it feels, a quality I’m sure is only magnified on stage.” Stereo Subversion

 “the Vancouver garage rock duo crafted an album of grinding post-punk…” CMJ

 “… a  flawlessly-performed record which projects all the snarl, venom, and vitriol heard on their first three albums into a realm that is distinctly their own.” Innocent Words

 “The songs onUnpersons are blaringly honest and incredibly loud, the way all great break-up albums should be.” The Owl

 “…with echoing howls and coos and guitar riffs even your teenage brother would love, “your band” prove unequivocally that they’re still hellbent on world rock domination, or at least showing you a really damn good time.” Sound On The Sound

 “Sometimes you just gotta let ‘er rip.  Duo Maya Miller and Becky Black sure fuckin’ do.” YVYNYL

 “the Pack A.D. have truly stepped it up a notch this time around with their gutsy, honest rock’n’roll.” Exclaim