Intriguing noise out of New Zealand. Die! Die! Die! strain to infuse post-punk with noise rock mentality on their second record, which was released a few years ago, and they capture both a melancholy and baroque atmosphere. It holds a Charles Dickens-esque feel to it, grey and sullen, but with a glimmer of hope at the end of the tunnel. The video is equally compelling, featuring the band and various figures interspersed amongst a traditional smog-ridden city. Did I mention they use only paper and puppets?