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Background information
OriginLeeds, West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
GenresHeavy rock
Alternative rock
Years active2007-present
Associated actsNerve Engine
Explosives for Her Majesty
MembersMark Burrows (Vocals/Guitar)
Chris Unwin (Bass/Vocals)
Andy Richards (Drums)

Lifescreen is an English heavy-rock band from Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom, formed in 2007. The band is made up of two former members of the alternative-metal band Nerve Engine. It is influenced by bands including Alice in Chains, Tool and King's X.


Once established, the band self-released one EP in 2007, closely followed in 2008 by its first full-length album, Deprogramming. The album attained great reviews in magazines, including Black Velvet. It described the album as "a solid piece of melodic rock" and "a great album with some very promising sounds". Radio stations including BBC Introducing, 106.1 Real Radio XS, Kerrang Radio and TotalRock have taken interest and featured the band regularly on playlists.

The band's full-length album, Connexions, was released in January 2010 to great critical response, "Given that Lifescreen have turned out a genuine little diamond like 'Connexions' without any outside help just goes to show that they're a band that would benefit hugely by being picked up and having some backing to support the fantastic start and promise they've shown so far" – Uber Rock. To support the release, the band toured alongside bands including Pain Of Salvation, earthtone9, Mammal and Father. An EP, The Lockup Sessions, was released in 2012. They recorded a cover of Crazy Horses by The Osmonds, featuring guest vocals from Doug Pinnick of King's X.

The band's new EP, A Whisper In The Storm, is due to be released in autumn 2020.



  • Deprogramming (2008)
  • Connexions (2010)


  • Extended Play #1 (2007)
  • The Lockup Sessions (2012)
  • A Whisper In The Storm (2020)


  • Loser (2007)
  • Invisible (2009)
  • Opting Out (2011)
  • Better (2012)
  • Crazy Horses (feat. dUg Pinnick of King's X) (2013)
  • Save Our Selves (2020)

See also[edit]

Other articles of the topic Rock music : Alternative rock, Marco Visconti, Ziggy Stardust, Ascendents Records, Nikola Aćin, O'Malley's March, Jonas Alaska
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  • List of bands from England

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