It might be simple to label Pinhead Gunpowder like a supergroup, due to the fact the lineup features four players from additional well-known rings. There’s drummer Aaron Cometbus, previously of Crimpshrine, Billie Joe of Green Day time on acoustic guitar/vocals, Expenses Schneider from Monsula on bass/vocals, and Mike Kirsch from Gas on guitar. Not really that these men met up for the purpose of making cash or to become the best scenester band, but instead to have a break from the primary musical tasks that occupy the majority of their period. There is no pressure included, no regrets, no touring; Pinhead Gunpowder is usually to have a great time and relive the times of being only a garage area music group. With down-on-your-luck lyrics on day-to-day lifestyle fueled with fast, energetic pop-punk, 1991 through 1993 noticed a slew of EPs and compilation paths on various brands. Eventually, Lookout Information would re-release all of this material for the Leap Salty Compact disc in 1994. Preserving the integrity to getting jointly only on an intermittent basis, the EP Carry the Banner premiered the following season, only this time around with Jason from Chino Horde to displace Kirsch on electric guitar responsibilities. In 1996, this lineup would continue using the discharge of their initial standard full-length, entitled Goodbye Ellston Avenue. 3 years afterwards the follow-up, Capture the Moon, premiered on Adeline Information.