Mumbai, India


  • Prashant Shah - Guitars
  • Akshay Raj - Guitars
  • Srinivaas Sunderrajan - Bass
  • Vishwesh Krishnamoorthy - Voices
  • Virendra Kaith - Drums

When their particular brand of irreverent extreme music landed them the Winner’s title at Independence Rock 2007 in Mumbai; their insatiable hunger for composing, playing and releasing music started taking prominence.

Shortly after their 2006 EP 'Have Hard. Will Core', Scribe released their first full-length album called 'Confect.' following it up with an intensive tour making all sorts of squiggly lines upon the Map of India, and in the process, winning fans outside the map as well!

After having planted their flags across the map with tours spanning Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Shillong, Guwahati,Pune and most recently playing at the prestigious INFERNO METAL FESTIVAL in Norway, Oslo, India's most adamant DIY band have just launched their second album.

"Mark of Teja" is packed, stacked and ready for release! After dragging their frozen butts from Oslo, the boys are back to Bombay's scorching conditions and are all set to make your neighbour's life hell again with Indian Hardcore Madness! A tale of power and potatoes, Mark of Teja speaks of myths and mysteries beyond time and dominions. A tale so dark, that even Crime Master Gogo would run with his cape between his legs.

A sample of which you can see here -

And a new preview track "I Love You, Pav Bhaji"


Detailed discography - Add release

Title Type Rating Label Release datesort icon
Have Hard Will Core EP
Demonstealer Records April 1, 2006
Confect Full-length
Independent April 1, 2008
Mark of Teja Full-length
unknown April 1, 2010
Hail Mogambo Full-length
unknown September 26, 2014


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