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
Side One Dummy Records co-owner’s nationally syndicated „Complete Control Radio“ show. The
music will be released on 10“ vinyl and via digital download.