Album: This Time's For Real (2010)

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Song: So Much For Sweet Talk

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"We won't stop until we reach the top." These words personify Terror On The Screen, a rising pop punk act from Scranton, PA. When singer George Yurchak belts these words during "We Put The Key In Keystone," it's not just a hook that gets stuck in your head, the words come straight from the hearts of each member of the band.

Terror On the Screen has been winning fans over with their infectious brand of pop melodies combined with sincere lyrics and hardcore rhythms along with fiery guitar riffs, heavy bass lines, and upbeat drums to create a unique sound that is ready to take the music scene by storm. The band is comprised of George Yurchak (Singer), Chris Ventura and Bryan Filarsky (Guitars), Jerry Bruno (Drums), and Kyle Williams (Bass).

The band released their debut EP, "This Time's For Real," recorded and produced by Dave Cutrone (Motionless In White, Forever The Sickest Kids), and was able to release on October 24th opening for pop punk icons NEW FOUND GLORY. Terror On The Screen has quickly risen through the ranks of the Northeast PA music scene, sharing the stage with acts such as NFG, Cartel, Four Year Strong, Set Your Goals, and many others. The band was also featured in their hometown on the Kevin Says Stage @ Warped Tour 2009, as well as the Ernie Ball stage in 2010. The band also completed a 10 day tour of the tri-state area in the summer of 2009, only to expand the following summer to an east coast tour with friends Sunset Atlantic (Uprising).

"All of the words that you hear, they're real. They are not made up to please anyone, it's what I truly feel," says Yurchak.

The fire that burns inside the band to get their music out to every person possible burns as bright as it did the day the band was started almost two years ago. During the short time since their formation, they have garnered the support of some of the biggest acts that come from the Northeast PA scene.

"Terror On The Screen is my favorite local band because they keep it real and that's what matters," says Chris Motionless, vocalist for Fearless/Tragic Hero Records metal act Motionless In White.

They won't be held down by anyone.