A Scanner Darkly
29 Shouts - 24,291 Scrobbles
As a humble tribute to Philip K. Dick (one of the greatest science fiction writers- and one of the best novelists of the 20th century) A Scanner Darkly draws influence from Dick's hallucinogenic alternate-realities and the seemingly incompatible musical worlds of sludge, drone, grindcore and prog-rock to create their own synergetic brand of sci-fi metal that is as intelligent as it is brutal! In the summer of 2004 Travis (vocals) and Tucker (guitar, programming) started A Scanner Darkly as a drum machine grind act and side project to the now defunct farm-grind band Uncle Bob Drives a Combine.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Pay For The Printer - (1:35) - 46 plays
- Valis - (4:34) - 65 plays
- Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? - (1:31) - 71 plays
- Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said - (4:46) - 30 plays
- Four Years, False Memories - (9:19) - 26 plays
- Man in the High Castle - (1:37) - 22 plays
- Flow My Tears The Policeman Said - (4:47) - 18 plays
- The Man In The High Castle - (1:58) - 20 plays
- Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep - (1:31) - 10 plays
- We Made God - (4:01) - 10 plays