Science Man – Science Man II [LP w/ flexi!] – New LP
November 2020! Science Man unleashes more noisy mad dog punk, barking from the garage, foaming at the mouth, biting the electric fence, snapping at your ankles.
Come with bonus flexi, download and insert!
“Get back down into into the cold torture chamber of creative pursuits, you sniveling little mouse. There is no aging out of your dreams or the nightmares that constantly try to scare you away from them. You will be shamed for crawling out and, in turn, your punishment for staying in will be more severe. Worship the suffering. Shun the comfort and safety of simple appreciation. We’re crawling in.”
"Imagine if you will, a musical stew of '90s noise rock, early hardcore, and whatever the fuck you call what Scratch Acid did, and you would be getting close to what Science Man does. The vision of Buffalo, New York-based musician John Toohill, Science Man first appeared in 2018, and since then, the project has seen a few releases out, including last year's eponymous debut album. Science Man II will arrive in time for the apocalypse, and all musical weirdos should rejoice."
"a hybrid anomaly of current-day garage punk and the late ’80s/early ’90s Chicago hardcore/industrial scene. Lo-fi, but high intensity all the way though, with gritty rock ‘n’ roll wrestling with hardcore punk fury, Science Man II is a wild assault on the ears." - The Big Takeover
"Imagine if you will, a musical stew of '90s noise rock, early hardcore, and whatever the fuck you call what Scratch Acid did, and you would be getting close to what Science Man does. " - No Echo
“…a dose of gnarled, snarling garage punk.” – Brooklyn Vegan
"Stop reading what these jokers think you sniveling little mouse and buy the LP." - Science Man
"Like Tom Waits highjacking Sputnik with the aid of Man or Astro-Man... gnarly and claustrophobic." - New Noise
"...what it might sound like if Al Jourgensen decided to shred with Lightning Bolt" - If it's Too Loud
"Think if Hot Snakes started playing only basement gigs with weirdo hardcore bands after listening to Big Black and Judas Priest in the van all day." - The Punk Site