There aren't many albums by many bands that you can look back on and think unequivocally that they have made you see music in a new light. That made you feel naive, like you've really discovered something that previously you couldn't comprehend might exist. I can think of maybe two albums like that. 65DOS are one of those bands and The Fall of Math is one of those albums, it will make your life a better place. The energy, the power, the emotion, the awesome song writing, the creativity, the artistry, honestly im getting goose bumps trying to write this stuff down. 65 days are a collision of post-rock with drum and bass schizophrenia, with a whole heap of euphoria thrown in on top just to properly overload you. These guys are geniuses. I challenge you to listen to retreat retreat! or Aren't we all running? without feeling the urge to spread your arms wide, throw your head back and laugh manically at the sky because its the only thing you can think of doing to cope with the euphoria of it all. Whether you like fiercely energetic guitars, skittering drums, banging drum n bass beats or beautiful swathes upon swathes of keyboards you will be moved to new levels by this band. If you're worried about the instrumental nature of it all, don't be, once you've heard this you'll realise that music really shouldn't have vocals.
Buy this album, rejoice, weep. It might actually be the best thing in the world.