90s All Punk Band Logo Long Sleeve Rock t-shirt Medium
Chest 19.5 in.
Length 27.5 in.
Sleeve 22 in.
Content: 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: Fruit of the Loom
This cool double-sided band t-shirt is for the group All, and it features a large graphic of the band's logo printed on the back of the tee. All was one of the many bands to emerge out of the southern California punk scene, and they were first formed in Los Angeles back in 1987. All was actually born from an already existing California hardcore band, the Descendents. When the group's lead singer, Milo Aukerman departed to pursue a degree in biochemistry at the University of California, the remaining members: Bill Stevenson, Karl Alvarez, and Stephen Egerton, chose to create a new group so they could continue playing together. They recruited Dave Smalley of Dag Nasty to take over lead vocals, and named themselves after the last Descendents album to be released before Aukerman's temporary departure.
This shirt is from the 1990s, during which All released several albums including New Girl, Old Story, Percolater, Breaking Things, Pummel, and Mass Nerder, the last of which was their first record after being signed to Epitaph Records, the label belonging to Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion. All also cycled through several more lead singers over the years before hiring Chad Price who remained with them from 1993 onward.
All hasn't released any new material since 2000, but the band has played together multiple times since then. Stevenson, Alvarez, and Egerton, also continued to be active members of the Descendents, and they've performed shows featuring material from both bands.
Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. There are some small holes and bleach spots, see pics.