Roughhouse was an American glam metal band founded as Teeze in 1980. They released an independent album, the self-titled debut - Teeze. Their name was changed to Roughhouse in 1988 when they scored a record deal with CBS/Columbia records. Veteran producer Max Norman was hired to produced they self-titled - Roughhouse. Their video for the single "Tonite" was played regularly on MTV at the time. In 1991, the band broke up but reunited for some shows in 1992, 1993, 2002-2008, and most recently in 2016. The members of the band are vocalist Luis Rivera, guitarists Rex Eisen and Gregg Malack, bassist Dave Weakley, and drummer Mike Natalini.
On October 15, 2016, Roughhouse performed their first show in 8 years at the Whiskey Tango in Philadelphia. This was followed with more shows in 2017 and the band is still currently performing. They are negotiating a record deal and considering re-releasing their catalog.