Burnt by the Sun ascend from their own smoldering ashes; new demo posted!


Can any of us really believe that it has already been 5 years since our friends in Burnt By The Sun presented us with some new music? If you’re not aware of the last several years of breakup rumors and lengthy member searches, forget about it; there’s no need to be sad, because as far as you’ll ever know, all is well in the realm of BBTS. The band is back, revitalized and more determined than ever; and they just posted a new demo called “F-UNIT” online from their forthcoming album Heart Of Darkness!

Although they has been pretty quiet for the half a decade, audibly the band really hasn’t lost any steam. In fact, it would even be hard to say that the rest of the metal scene has caught up with Burnt By The Sun at all during the last few years. I’m still spinning Soundtrack to the Personal Revolution  and The Perfect is the Enemy of the Good quite often, and in all honestly, they sound more progressive (and awesome!) than 90% of the metal that’s been released since they dropped their last album. Personally, I can’t wait for the new release any sooner. The new track reunites us with with the BBTS we all remember and love exactly where we left off – feeling scared for our lives.

Burnt by the Sun

Head over to their official myspace to have a listen to what’s to come!

One Response to “Burnt by the Sun ascend from their own smoldering ashes; new demo posted!”

  1. […] were on the ball in reporting this a few months ago, but if you missed it, there’s a newsflash: Burnt By the Sun has reunited to […]

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