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Lifetime is a melodic hardcore band from New Jersey. Lifetime was formed in 1990 and disbanded in 1997. In late 2005, they announced their reunion. Lifetime has signed on with Decaydance Records, headed by Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy, and plan to tour more extensively as well as record and release a new studio album sometime in the near future.

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Lifetime was formed in 1990 by singer Ari Katz and guitarist Dan Yemin with its roots in the New York / New Jersey hardcore scene. In contrast to the negative, sometimes violent tone promulgated their New York hardcore contemporaries, lyricist Katz emphasized more positive, personal themes in their two-minute songs. In 1992, Lifetime released their first full length album, entitled Background, that bore only passing resemblance to their later, more melodic work. In 1995, they released their second album, Hello Bastards, on Jade Tree Records. Hello Bastards marked a slight shift in direction, incorporating more melodic punk leanings over a driving hardcore tempo. Ari Katz's lyrics, though sometimes undecipherable, dealt mainly with more introspective and personal themes such as relationships and youthful disaffection.

In 1996, Lifetime issued a compilation of their 7" releases and unreleased songs, on Glue Records, also released in Europe by Day After Records. In 1997, the band completed its third full-length Jersey's Best Dancers. With twelve songs clocking in at under 24 minutes, Jersey's Best Dancers continued in the same vein as Hello Bastards. However, after a short tour in support of their new album, Lifetime decided to disband in 1997.

Most recently, Lifetime got together for a series of 3 well-received and long awaited reunion shows in August 2005. In November of that year, Lifetime announced their reunion and plans to tour and record new music.