Screamfeeder were never the most popular group in the mob of alternative rock acts to emerge from Australia during the 1990s. Although their discography was constant and prolific, they never quite reached the heights of bands such as Spiderbait or Jebediah. Despite this, their musical output remained steady well into the mid-00s, with records like Rocks on the Soul and Take You Apart.
Burn Out Your Name was released in April of 1993 through Survival Records, lacking the major label support most of their contemporaries had and thus, the album bore no real "hits". However, when listening to the album, it's easy to point out tracks that would have made excellent singles such as the insanely catchy angst-fest that is 'Wrote You Off' or the wonderfully worded 'Sushi Bowl'. 'Around a Pole' is great too, with some lovely echoes of Husker Du, who play a very obvious influence on the music on this album, and seemingly on Screamfeeder as a band. Australia IMPORT on Poison City!