Skarhead's debut, "Drugs, Money & Sex" was released in 1997 and shortly after that they signed to Victory Records for the release of the world famous and classic NYHC record “Kings at Crime”, which hit stores in 1999.
The sounds of that Skarhead were amplified around the globe through cassette tapes, CD's, stereos and stage performances. Skarhead built a loyal world-wide following by considering the fans and the live show priority number one.
Being a lead vocalist and leader in the hardcore community for over fifteen years, Lord Ezec came back with Skarhead's long awaited 2009 release "Drugs, Music & Sex". Thirteen brand new tracks that shook the fundaments of the hardcore, metal and punk scene. A record with yet another impressive and distinct list of collaborations featuring some of hardcore's greatest which became an instant classic. For those who love a good blend of street brutality and the most ignorant hardcore party anthems a band can create.
In 2011, European label I Scream Records release “Dreams Don’t Die”, a brand new Skarhead record as tribute to some of Lord Ezec's favorite bands from the unforgettable era between 1986 and 1989. Another thirteen tracks from one of the hardest New York bands with guest appearances by Eddie Sutton (Leeway), Paul Bearer (Sheer Terror), Mad Joe (Wisdom In Chains), Scott (Terror) and many more.