A Screaming Comes Across the Sky was started in 2003 by ignominious rogue Andrei Benjamin and Jack Parsons aficionado John Storm. The band was originally formed as some sort of juvenile prank, which spiraled out of control in 2004 when the duo recorded their debut album A Wind of Change is a Wind of Friendship in a limited edition of one copy, which apparently sounded like Duran Duran, but somehow even more effete. A and J wised up, however, and later that year released the way-cool and way-tuff Take That Hüsker, a concept album about rival bandleaders who battled it out on the global stage until one of them died and the other one started releasing shitty solo LPs. All was not right with the group, however, and tensions rose so high that Andrei actually died in a mudslide, and John realised that changes needed to be made before he could continue his departed friend's lifework. After consulting the tarot, John recruited two new members; the repudiated 'rockabilly pastor that nobody knows' Hans Zimmer, Jr., and local vagrant Django Shacklebot. Together and with noted producer Wildman Hagman, this trio recorded the seminal Void Terror and, while shopping for labels to release the masterwork, came across noted car-door-chain-smacker Steve Davis, who agreed to put out the album if the group would augment their sound with the addition of IRA bomber Sirhan Wilkes Oswald. It is believed that Mr. Oswald is, in reality, a robot. In the Spring of 2009, in the midst of producing followup record Angriff der Mörderpizzas, Storm consulted a map of London with the buildings designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor notated in the shape of a spooky ghost and discovered that there were, in fact, MAGIC WORDS hidden in the ghost's naughty bits. Upon saying these words, a knock at the door revealed the presence of The Prodigal Sun, a chaos magician who looks suspiciously like Andrei Benjamin wearing a mask. Now five members strong, A Screaming Comes Across the Sky looks forward to the future...but what does the future hold? Find out in the thrilling conclusion to this biography!