|Origin||New York City, USA|
|Genres||Heavy metal, comedy rock, funk metal|
Their most popular single "Don't Call Me Dude" was a top-twenty pop single in Australia. The video received regular rotation on MTV's Headbangers Ball. The same video is also featured in the episode "Blood Drive" on MTV's Beavis and Butt-head.
In 1993 Cummings parted ways with the others and moved to Nashville, founding the group Stone Deep. Christ, Neider, Brogna and Boyko wrote and released Scatterbrain's third album, a 7-song E.P. titled: Mundus Intellectualis (1994). The band stopped writing, recording, or touring in 1994.
In 2007 Christ, Neider, Brogna and Ludichrist drummer Dave Miranda reunited to perform a handful of Scatterbrain / Ludichrist reunion shows. Cummings did not participate.
Ludichrist is not to be confused with the Danish electro-synth band of the same name that existed 1980-85.
- Here Comes Trouble (1990) #138 Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart
- Don't Call Me Dude Single (1990) #14 Australia ARIA Top 40 Singles Chart, #43 New Zealand Singles Chart
- "Here Comes Trouble / Live From The Basement" 2-CC Set, Virgin Australia (1990)
- Scamboogery (1991)
- Return Of The Dudes Tour EP (1992)
- Mundus Intellectualis (1994)
- Don't Call Me Dude
- Down With The Ship
- Big Fun
- Fine Line
- Haire, Chris (12 August 2009). "Psychostick returns funk metal to its silly roots". Charleston City Paper. Retrieved 24 April 2015.
- australian-charts.com - Scatterbrain - Don't Call Me Dude
- Scatterbrain on MySpace Music