Influential hardcore/punk band, orginally formed in 1978, split in 1986 and reformed since 2001.
Original members included Jello Biafra.
Current members include Ron Greer, East Bay Ray, DH Peligro and Klaus Flouride.
Key releases include the albums "Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables" and "Plastic Surgery Disasters" and the singles "California Uber Alles", "Holiday In Cambodia" and "Nazi Punks F**K Off". They courted controversy with the Top 40 hit, "Too Drunk To F**k" and were banned from radio.