While gleefully maintaining the car-wreck intensity of their punkified disco rock, Death From Above's hooks got hookier, weirdness got weirder, and wildness got, well, wilder on their third full-length album, Outrage! Is Now (Last Gang Records). The mustached merchants of death dance discord-Sebastien Grainger (vocals, drums) and Jesse F. Keeler (bass, keys, synths)-made a conscious decision to embrace their own penchant for perpetual motion and cooked up the perfect soundtrack to Armageddon's dancefloor. The lads actually began pondering what became Outrage! Is Now while in the midst of finishing their 2014 record, The Physical World. Marking a sweaty and triumphant return after a near 10-year studio hiatus, their sophomore outing would be met with critical applause from Rolling Stone, Los Angeles Times, Monster Children, Uncut, Alternative Press, and KERRANG! who awarded it a rare perfect score. It filled a void left in the aftermath of 2004's disruptively influential You're A Woman, I'm A Machine as Death From Above scorched the road alongside everyone from Deftones to Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Eagles of Death Metal. The Physical World spawned fan favorites such as "Trainwreck 1979," which generated an impressive 11.4 million Spotify streams to date and "Virgins" another to crack the 5-million mark. They also won the 2016 JUNO Rock Album of the Year. Produced by Eric Valentine (Queens of the Stone Age, etc.), nothing was off limits and every boundary is shattered on Outrage! Is Now.