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The Screen

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"Antitrust"

I can already see the awards coming in for this release!...This is a great CD that should be in the collection of anyone who truly enjoys great music. Especially those who enjoy some kick ass guitar work.
- North East In-Tune


"Must Have Hard Rock"

In a scene rife with acoustic guitar wielding bozos and dodgy hardcore, this band made up of Rob Ziminsky, vocals/rhythm guitar; Jarrett Osborn, drums; Bob Beal, lead guitar; and Erik Ralston, bass, offers up a brutally beautiful and lavish collection of songs that is quite frankly the best hard rock I have heard from this area. Ever... Go see them before they get big so that you can say that you did. - Spotlight


"Trust in Antitrust"

The Screen has returned with a vengeance. Not that they went very far-they've been playing out relentlessly since their self-titled first release in 2003. But their new album, Antitrust (Red Fez Records), feels like they've gone somewhere else and come back to tell us about it. Antitrust sounds better than many current major label releases. The album has heavy guitars, melodic vocals, a snappy rhythm section shouldered by Jarrett Osborne, with a couple of trademark Erik Ralston bizarre-time bass lines, and perhaps most exciting of all, blistering solos from the hands of Bob Beal. - The Wire


Discography

Self Titled EP 2002 (Self Released)
Self Titled LP 2003 (Red Fez Records)
Antitrust LP 2005 (Red Fez Records)

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Bio

Since 2002 The Screen has rapidly grown into one of New England’s most highly acclaimed acts. After bursting onto the New Hampshire Seacoast scene in 2002, The Screen went on to re-release their self-titled debut in 2003 on rising indie label Red Fez Records (www.redfezrecords.com) to widespread critical and popular success.

The Screen set a breakneck pace of touring in 2003 and 2004, racking up numerous “Best Of” awards and nominations while winning new fans along the way. Drawing from new material written and solidified on the road, The Screen has capitalized on short breaks in touring to record their follow-up album. With their sophomore release Antitrust, The Screen have proven themselves a compelling and dynamic band ready to take over the world one venue at a time.