With influences spanning the Monorchid, Johnny Cash, as well as the Legendary Red Dots, Das Llamas bring an eclectic, unpredictable advantage with their post-punk-inspired, noisy yet catchy sound. The Seattle-based quartet developed out of vocalist, bassist, and keyboardist Kerry Zettel and guitarist, keyboardist, and vocalist Shawn Kock’s cooperation, which started in 1999. Teaming up with Quite Young ladies Make Graves’ Nick deWitt and Nathen Johnson, the duo produced the music group Beehive Vaults; the group split up almost when it got began. The pair’s following music group was stabmasterarson, that was called after Chris Rock’s personality in CB4. This incarnation of Zettel and Kock’s task toured and released two EPs, 2004’s Sound Demonstration and the next year’s stabmasterarson. When their drummer still left in 2006, they transformed the band’s name to Das Llamas and recruited Thomas Burke to sit down behind the package. The trio started working on music for its initial full-length and added second guitarist Aaron “Rusty” Everett early in 2007 to have the big sound they wished live aswell such as the studio room. Das Llamas’ debut record, World War, premiered that summer.