The Joykiller

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The Joykiller
Origin Huntington Beach, California
Genres Punk rock
Alternative rock
Years active 1995–2003 2014-present
Labels Epitaph
Website epitaph site

The Joykiller are a punk rock supergroup from Huntington Beach, California. The Joykiller were formed in 1995 by Jack Grisham of T.S.O.L., Billy Persons (The Weirdos/Gun Club) and Ronnie King. After the formation of the band Jack recruited his ex-T.S.O.L. band mate Ron Emory on guitar and added Chris Lagerborg on drums. This original line-up recorded one album on Epitaph records "The Joykiller." before Emory was replaced in 1996.

The next line-up saw the addition of songwriter Sean Greaves on guitar. They recorded two albums on the Epitaph label, "Static" and "Three", and toured the U.S., Canada, and Europe.

The Joykiller released their 4th record titled, Music for Break-Ups in January 2015


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