Scream

Seminal DC hardcore outfit Scream will be releasing a new ‘Complete Control Sessions EP’ on August 16, 2011 via SideOneDummy. The EP was recorded at former Scream drummer Dave Ghrol’s Studio 606.

News posted via SOD stated – After nearly 30 years since first emerging from DCs nascent punk underground, Scream has returned with the release of “Scream’s Complete Control Sessions.”

A seven song EP recorded live in Dave Grohl’s Studio 606 this past February (with John Lousteau and Scream behind the board), it picks up where the band’s 1993 swansong, “Fumble” left off.

Known for their incendiary live shows, urgent mix of punk, Bad Brains/Clash-inspired dub, and rock-and-roll swagger, the original lineup of vocalist Pete Stahl, guitarist Franz Stahl, bassist
Skeeter Thompson, drummer Kent Stax and newcomer guitarist Clint Walsh come out swinging”“with nary a hint of the two decades that have passed since last hearing from them.

Scream’s Complete Control Session will be the second in a series of studio recordings that air on SideOneDummy Records co-owners nationally syndicated all punk rock “Complete Control Radio” show.

The music will be released on 10” vinyl and via digital download on August 16th, 2011 via SideOneDummy Records.

In the meantime a new track entitled “Stopwatch” can be downloaded for FREE at the band’s website.

Check out the video footage pulled from the ‘Complete Control’ recording sessions.

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