Scar Culture are a New York City-based quartet, comprised of members Pheroze Karai (vocals), John Conley (guitars), Duke Borisov (drums), and Frank Cannino (bass), whose brutal, high-velocity metal sound incorporates various forms of heavy music influences, including grindcore, death metal, and hardcore. Their full-length album, Inscribe, was released by Century Media in October 2001. In the fall of 1997, an early incarnation of Scar Culture emerged in the New York City metal underground, then under the name Scrape. The group, whose personage accurately reflected the "melting pot" quality of its hometown -- featuring a cultural blend of Indian, Russian, and American backgrounds -- cut its teeth on the stages N.Y.C. institutions like CBGBs, Castle Heights, and the Voodoo Lounge, often opening for bands like Skinlab, Brutal Truth, and ...
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