Formed as a solo project over a decade ago, the band has been evolving ever since, weathering the darkness with a sense of humor and one of Boston’s most explosive live shows. Having released three critically praised albums, Life Is Murder (2013), Life Is Alright, Everybody Dies (2015), and Universal Care (2018) which saw them take a brilliant step forward, darting between their most accessible and chaotic moments with natural grace and fury. They’ve spent the past six years playing throughout the country, decimating one audience at a time, and were recently dubbed as “loudest band in Boston” by NPR. Let The Shit House Burn Down builds upon their expert ability to tuck beautiful moments within the massive cacophonous hammering they’ve become known for. The latest effort doesn’t only get by on sheer intensity but instead shows a clearer, more focused side to the band. Kal Marks has never sounded so confident.