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Merging delicate beauty with vile, bombastic ugliness, The Scroll is characterized by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist T. Deeh Obstreperus' schizophrenic musical tastes and obsessive lyrical perversions.

T. Deeh formed The Scroll in 2002 from the wreckage of his earlier band, Scroll. Though often accompanied by a series of rotating guest divas lending their vocal skills to the mix, T. DEEH remains solely responsible for the band's musical and artistic direction, glossing his lyrics with dark, unapologetic dry humour.

Playing, arranging and producing everything himself, T. Deeh started recording new material in 2002 and 2003. The Scroll's first EP - aptly titled "Sadist" - was released independently in May 2003. That same month, Acidasia (a female vocalist who appears on many of The Scroll's songs) became the second official member of the group. Later that year, The Scroll released their second independent EP, "Gramps Kept Me in the Cellar".

The Scroll spent most of 2004 preparing a double album. Two more EPs surfaced in early 2005: "The Coloring Book" and "BTW, This is a Love Song to Myself". The double CD "Swan Soliloquy of a Deehrelict" was finally unleashed on an unsuspecting public in May 2005 and is Akachic Records' first official release.

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