Hard guitar riffs meet strong melodies, polyphonic singing powered by fast drum beats, Californian style Punkrock made known by popular bands like Pennywise or NOFX.

Having released two EPs already SCREED appear more maturated on their first longplayer Why Should We Care – not only regarding the arrangements of the compositions but also their lyrics. The 14-track album’s got it all: soulful as well as angry, sometimes cynical, sociocritical songs. Why Should We Care not only found it’s way into the hearts of Punkrock fans, it also received positive feedback from the media and even got SCREED a band feature in the SLAM magazine and a track on the magazine sampler cd.

Punkrock has to be experienced live in the first place and so SCREED are on the road quite often. Thanks to a lot of shows in Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and Poland they have made a name for themselves. They frequently get the chance to share stage with internationally known bands like Dropkick Murphys, Frank Turner, Lagwagon, Bouncing Souls and No Use For A Name.

Flo, Stocki, Benni and Mark meet in June 2008. Soon they know the chemistry is right – first songs come up and SCREED is formed. They play their first gig in Munich’s club ‘Sunny Red’ in December 2008 already.

In the beginning of 2009 further gigs follow and the band record their first EP “Indiscreed”. Due to its release they play more shows and even support the Swedish band Nemas at several shows on their tour through Germany and Austria in the end of the year.

Encouraged by a successful year, 2010 starts with a self-organized tour. In April the band hits the studio again to record the EP “Day By Day”. It’s available on the band’s website for free download. “Day By Day” with its five diversified songs with catchy melodies gets positive feedback throughout. After various club shows in Germany the guys go on tour through Czech Republic and Poland in fall.

Due to examination stress and angry bosses 2011 starts unintentionally quiet. First priority is songwriting. Besides a few festival gigs, support shows for Punkrock legends like No Use For A Name and The Adicts come up.

2012 starts with pre-production and studio recordings. In April, after an intensive time of preparation, SCREED begin to record 14 songs for their debut album Why Should We Care. This varied album marks a new highlight in the band’s quite young history.

2013 begins with another huge step forward in SCREED’s history. The band shares the stage with Dropkick Murphys and Frank Turner at a sold out show at Munich’s Zenith with 6000 people in the audience.
Support shows for The Bouncing Souls and Good Riddance as well as festival gigs follow.
The first official video for the song “Solely Profit” is shot in December.

In spring 2014 Benni quits the band heavy-heartedly to focus on his family and his studies.
Sepp joins the band and thus makes it a four-piece again. With new line up SCREED concentrate on writing songs for a new album and will attack with new vigor in 2015.