Terrorvision are a British rock band from Keighley, West Yorkshire, currently consisting of Tony Wright, Cameron Greenwood, Mark Yates, Leigh Marklew and Milton Evans.
Formed in 1987, as The Spoilt Bratz, before moving to Bradford and changing their name to Terrorvision. Their second single, My House, reached #29 in the UK Singles Chart in 1993, and pushed them to national attention. The band released their debut album, ‘Formaldehyde’ that year, which they followed with, ‘How to Make Friends and Influence People’, the next year, ‘Regular Urban Survivors’ in 1996, ’Shaving Peaches’ in 1998, ‘Good to Go’ in 2001, before the band split.
After reforming in 2005, the band released ‘Super Delux’, in 2011. Best known by the masses for their 1999 pub anthem Tequila, as well as Oblivion, Perserverance, Bad Actress, Middle Man, Some People Say and Easy. They returned with a tour in November 2016, celebrating 20 years of 'Regular Urban Survivors', and then in 2017 released 'Hit List', featuring live recordings.
In 2018, Terrorvision, Reef and The Wildhearts co-headlined a tour as part of Britrock Must Be Destroyed.
Terrorvision now celebrate 25 years of 'How To Make Friends and Influence People' with a May 2019 UK tour. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.