Coming down off his trip-hop days in Massive Attack, Jon Harris and his new band Sunna deftly traverse more genres of rock in their debut album than most groups attempt in a career. One Minute Science proves an unlikely alchemy of hard-driving metal; electronic noise; and rootsy, careful vocals. This album seethes with testosterone-driven intensity. While Sunna seem to derive influence from everyone from Soundgarden to Nine Inch Nails to Ben Harper, no single sound prevails. You'll find yourself headbanging with "Power Struggle" one moment ("I will survive 'cause I want more and I will create a bigger war... I will defeat you") and crooning along on "Forlorn" the next ("Do I live in my dream forlorn? If you join me there, together we are home"). While each song on One Minute Science stylistically defies the one that precedes it, they all thematically meld. The result is an album that is taut, dark, and compelling.