Burnt by the Sun's two albums, Soundtrack to the Personal Revolution and The Perfect Is the Enemy of the Good (both on Relapse), have combined the fury of grind- and mathcore with occasional touches of melody and witty track titles ("Boston Tea-Bag Party," "Lizard-Skin Barbie," "Shooter McGavin"). Their songs are short, crunchy, and overwhelming; they swarm on you like carnivorous locusts and make you like it. Live, they're bound to be even better. Witte is a terrifying thing to behold, especially now that he's playing songs that are more than 90 seconds long.
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