Style Drum and Bass
Quality MP3 320 kbps
Review: Not to be confused with Mufasa's evil bitter brother in Lion King, Survival and Script's Scar alias is one of the flagship acts in Metalheadz premiership and this is their first new material since their pre-lockdown album High Fives & Devil Eyes. Heavyweight as ever, each track punches with both emotional and physical energy. Highlights include the toxic sludge bassline on 'Why', the pristine Good Looking dreaminess and gorgeous flutes on 'All I See' and the hurricane soul of the finale track with Ella Sopp 'Falling Down'. High grade material.tracklist 5 / 27:39
⦁ Scar — Why 5:15
⦁ Scar — It's Not Too Late 5:18
⦁ Scar — All I See 5:40
⦁ Scar — Unfeeling 6:08
⦁ Scar, Ella Sopp — Falling Down 5:20
SCAR return to Metalheadz for the first time since we unleashed 'High Fives & Devil Eyes'.
Picking up from where they left off with their second studio album in many ways, 'Why' possesses 5 tracks of uncompromising and at times stripped-back drum and bass. Keen followers know what to expect by now but the duo continue to forge refreshing and hypnotic melodies alongside rich soundscapes and rolling low-end workouts making this another essential SCAR release.