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Some time ago, a band from russia caught lots of attention in insider’s circles with their debut "Snippets". Offered was post punk in a dark Bauhaus-style, a mighty voice, which could tempt the one or another icon to chuck the microphone and an atmosphere, as if there’s no tomorrow. Beginning of 2011 the EP "Whatever..." followed and attached consequently to the debut and expanded SCOFFERLANE’s fan base.
After a few subsequent line-up changes, which made a quartette out of the 6-headed band, Matt (aka Stuart Stumpman - Vocals), Konstantin K. (guitar), Anton C. (bass guitar) and Senya K. (drums) now keep the trail they’ve chosen.
Who now thinks, that SCOFFERLANE cushioned on their new album "Veto" due to the reduction of members, will be taught otherwise . The dark atmosphere is still left, the guitar work was perfected and sounds much more matured, Matt’s distinctive voice still dominates the songs in a Peter Murphy-ish way, the bass drives and tows itself melancholic and the drums still dance light-feeted as always through the songs.
A real firework of modern post punk, which is fired on the 14 songs of the album by SCOFFERLANE. With easyness the compositions play up to the listener’s ear. "Veto" will be available from February the 17th on in all well-known download stores and on afmusic as well as on CD for the first time.