Scar Culture certainly are a NY City-based quartet, made up of associates Pheroze Karai (vocals), John Conley (guitars), Duke Borisov (drums), and Frank Cannino (bass), whose brutal, high-velocity steel audio incorporates various types of large music affects, including grindcore, loss of life steel, and hardcore. Their full-length record, Inscribe, premiered by Century Mass media in Oct 2001. In nov 1997, an early on incarnation of Scar tissue Culture surfaced in the brand new York City steel underground, then beneath the name Scrape. The group, whose personage accurately shown the “melting container” quality of its hometown — having a cultural mixture of Indian, Russian, and American backgrounds — cut its tooth on the levels N.Con.C. establishments like CBGBs, Castle Heights, as well as the Voodoo Lounge, frequently opening for rings like Skinlab, Brutal Truth, and Hypocrisy. Re-christening itself Scar tissue Culture, the music group separately released a six-song demonstration, which quickly found great testimonials in the underground steel press, as well as the band’s music had been highlighted on compilations like Razorback Information’ Pit Newspaper sampler, Alabaster Information’ Therefore Mote It End up being, Vol. 1, and 316 Productions’ Redefining the Rockstar, Vol. 4. Another demo, documented at Brooklyn’s Systems Two studios (also web host to such notables as Biohazard, Lifestyle of Agony, and Type O Detrimental), garnered a lot more positive press in periodicals like Steel Maniacs and Delirium, which known as the demonstration a “stomp weighty, in-your-face, incessant howl of metallic mastery.” Increasing the group’s presence were standout shows at both Milwaukee Metalfest 1999 as well as the 1999 and 2000 NJ Metalfests. Among Scar tissue Culture’s most vocal fresh enthusiasts was S.O.D. frontman Billy Milano, who, after one pay attention to the music group, could just gush, “f*cking brutal!” He consequently brought the music group to his personal Blue Meenie studio room (Madball, Lunachicks, Voivod, Fed up with EVERYTHING) in Hoboken, NJ, where he oversaw the documenting of their 1st full-length documenting, Inscribe. Milano brought Scar tissue Culture towards the interest of Century Press, who authorized the Brooklynites to an internationally record offer. The Milano-produced Inscribe premiered in Oct of 2001.