The year was 01 when Eniac (drums, prog.) and Dr. Mike (guitars, prog.) got together in order to explore their boundaries in metal music. From the very beginning they shared a parallel vision of the hard metal sound combined with heavy industrial influences and weird loops but still keeping the foundation of thrash as a basic element. Three songs were finished during the year and vocalist B.B.Enem... [More]a was chosen to lead their first strike on retarded scene that was lacking of innovation and honest originality. After three days of non-stop hardcore, the hidious bitch gooddes was spawned by the most lewd and wicked seeds imaginable. The bastard son was about to be born...
ScornGrain, self titled promo was sent to few labels and while the stretchmarks were still fresh and sore Dynamic Arts Records took a step forward offering a channel for the band to spread their vicious word. The contract was signed and the construction plan approved. It was time to start building the "CyberWarMachine".
The first album came out on spring 04. Reactions were expected since it was in intention to shake the craddle abit. Few top scores, few zeroes, like it goes. All in it was oveflowing with self irony and real taste of doing, yet with the true spirit towards the extreme metal roots. Some gigs were played with sessional members A.I (guitar) and Herman G. (bass). One in Petroskoi, Russia, was filmed and edited into two-song live video. Also a video from the title song of "CyberWarMachine" was made and result praised widely. Video was released on "Inferno" -compilation DVD.
Hovever the artistic ordeal of "CyberWarMachine" had taken its toll. Everyone had sold their souls for the album and it was time to sit back and take a deep inhale. Some songs and ideas were written during the following year. "Teaspoonfull" and "Mama Stabber" for example but still generally speaking the crew took a while off.
Almost an year after new songs started to pop up like toadstools after nuclear fallout. The construction had been improved and new ideas were more meditated than with the first album.
In early spring 06 it was time to enter the studio. Mastermind Kimmo Perkkiö was again in charge of production. Working together had been easy before so this time the chemistry was just right, as well as with the personalities of the patrol. One could say the process was not as spontaneous than with the last one but far more intense. Every "brain-fart" didn't pass the sieve this time. 0,05% was worked and finished during that spring and finally in midsummer it was done.
04.10.06 the album was out. The first reactions were overwhelming and yes, -like a warm spay of enema on your cheek, it tasted milky and sweet.!