Review by Brayden Bagnall
Genre/s: Powerviolence, Screamo
For Fans Of: Jerome's Dream, ORDSTRO, In/Humanity, Combatwoundedveteran
Uh oh, looks like I'm going to have to bust out the 'E' word.
Yeah, I said it. Anyways, Scully are purveyors of the aforementioned genre (though all you internet dorks will probably yell at me and tell me it's a joke genre), which for those of you not familiar with the term, it's essentially an amalgamation of screamo and powerviolence. On EPND // EP, Scully do indeed bring the chaos and agression of straight up PV and hardcore, but with the raw, shrill vocals and the intensity of a 90s screamo release. If it's a decent balance of brawn and emotional honesty you're looking for, look no further because you can snag this EP here (or at the band's bandcamp if that tickles your fancy).
1. There's Nothing // My Dad Watches Porn
2. Drown the Fixies
3. To Be Unemployed