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A rendered image of SCP-XXXX during a performance.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a soundproof containment room for a majority of it's containment at site 4. When removed from containment, SCP-XXXX is to be provided with the specially designed set of headphones created by Dr Alessia which nullify exterior sound while being extremely difficult to remove. In addition, SCP-XXXX should be restrained via cuffs at the ankles and wrists. As a precaution, no music is to be played in an audible range of SCP-XXXX, even while it is unable to hear. Small luxuries are to be granted to SCP-XXXX, though they may never be able to produce pre-constructed music. SCP-XXXX does not require food to sustain itself.

Description: SCP-XXXX resembles a 6'1 adult human of unknown gender. The outfit it is seen wearing cannot be removed, as the material is directly attached to the SCP's flesh, replacing a normal human's epidermis. The outfit itself seems military is design with the exception of an usual reinforced mask. The material itself is extremely impact resistant, allowing SCP-XXXX to shrug off short bursts of small arms fire while retaining natural flexibility. This material may be an unknown alloy, research into this is currently being conducted. SCP-XXXX's eyes are sunken into their sockets, allowing them to fit behind the protective material covering each eye. Damage to SCP-XXXX is repaired over time naturally at an identical rate to standard human recovery.

SCP-XXXX was discovered after several reports of a seemingly superhuman figure were confirmed to have committed killing sprees in the west region of Russia. At the scene of each crime was a recording, captured by whatever equipment was on hand, often a phone. During these recordings, various genres of music were played, though in particular SCP-XXXX seems fond of classical music. As described by SCP-XXXX, these recordings are it's "performances" in which it views these massacres as artwork. During "performances" SCP-XXXX acts with superhuman agility, accuracy and strength, allowing it to easily dispatch victims with whatever weaponry or methods it desires.

The origins of SCP-XXXX are currently unknown as it refuses to impart such information with researchers. Other than that information, at this current time, SCP-XXXX has shown willingness to cooperate with personnel though it expresses great desire to escape and continue "performing" for an unknown audience. SCP-XXXX has been considered for use as a possible hunter-killer working for the foundation, however until it's loyalty can be assured, no such usage may be attempted.

The first attempt to capture SCP-XXXX provided confirmation of it's anomalous properties and has been certification of it's euclid level status. Should SCP-XXXX ever escape containment, armour-piercing tranquilizers should be used to incapacitate it, direct confrontation should a last resort. While performing, SCP-XXXX is extremely difficult to contain, the element of surprise is recommended.

Interviewed: SCP-XXXX

Interviewer: Dr Alessia

Foreword: A standard interview several days into SCP-XXXX's incarceration.

<Begin Log, 17:30>

Dr Alessia: Time is 17:30, start of log. Let's begin. My name is Doctor Alessia, I'm your interviewer. Can you tell us where you originated from?

SCP-XXXX: An interview? I see my work in finally being appreciated…

Dr Alessia: I'll repeat again, can you tell us where you originated from?

SCP-XXXX: Such a boring question! Why not ask about my most beautiful kill? Or perhaps the most exquisite stage I ever stood upon?

Dr Alessia: I have a set of questions that I need answers to. If you could please answer them I would appreciate it.

SCP-XXXX: Other questions? Then ask away.

Dr Alessia: Dr Alessia audibly sighs. Very well, let's move on. What compelled you to kill those people?

SCP-XXXX: What a silly question my dear. Death can be a messy affair but it doesn't have to be boring. I turn their hollow, empty lives into something with meaning - a performance.

Dr Alessia: So you have no concept of morality?

SCP-XXXX: Morality? Morality is a crutch for those who lack true vision, it is the chains that bind you, as much as these chains bind me. SCP-XXXX lifts it's wrists into view, presenting the handcuffs around them.

Dr Alessia: I see… Next question. Who do you conduct these performances for?

SCP-XXXX: For my audience of course, for you.

Dr Alessia: An uneasy silence passes for a few moments. What do you mean, for me?

SCP-XXXX: So, you do not appreciate art I see. A shame, I had high hopes with you doctor.

Dr Alessia: How is what you do art? You butchered those people in cold blood.

SCP-XXXX: I do believe butchery is a profession, it takes a certain degree of skill, just like my work. A dry, sinister chuckle sounds from SCP-XXXX.

Dr Alessia: So, you claim to have no morals, refuse to explain your origins and murder to create "art"? Am I correct?

SCP-XXXX: Psh, murder!? You mock my craft.

Dr Alessia: Please answer the question.

SCP-XXXX: SCP-XXXX huffs with indignation. Yes. Though for the record, I want "murder" replaced with a much more eloquent description.

Dr Alessia: Thank you for your answers, I will schedule another interview for next week. Time is 7:38, end of log.

<End Log, 7:38>

Closing Statement: As concluded in the interview, SCP-XXXX is not bound by any moral code. It conducts killings to satisfy it's creative desires, as such it may be suggested that SCP-XXXX could be trained to release such impulses in a non-violent manner, such as with a brush and canvas.