Review : LIFETIME - Lifetime
AbsolutePunkDuring the month of March 2006, hardcore punk veterans Lifetime signed to Pete Wentz’s Decaydance label and were to release their first album in 10 years on that label. To all the fans who have stuck with the New Jersey quintet, this was the worst thing ever, the biggest sin, the ultimate contradiction....full text
AV ClubDuring its seven-year run, Lifetime released two seminal albums—1995's Hello Bastards and 1997's Jersey's Best Dancers—which grew more revered after the band broke up. At the time, Lifetime existed in a punk niche carved out by Gorilla Biscuits, but occupied by no one else: too melodic for hardcore and too punk for emo, but fast like hardcore and introspective like emo, without the obnoxious elements of either....full text
PunkNewsIt’s unfortunate that Lifetime only gained the reputation they did after breaking up, at least to those living outside of the tri-state area -- but I suppose that’s to be expected whenever a punk band with a gold record namedrops you on TRL and community center shows....full text
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