Aesthetic Perfection? Yes, that sounds about right. Deep in the underground of rusty machinery, dim lighting, and shadow dancers is Daniel Graves shrieking tales of twisted romance in “A Nice Place to Visit,” a composition of manic, punishing electro that screeches and churns with all the precision of a boiler on the brink of eruption. The scenery is metallic and frenetic with blood running down the walls, a setting that could give even the finest of Goth clubs a run for its money. Dressed to impress in a tie and vest, Aesthetic Perfection is a touch of damnation with a sense of class.