The Joykiller have reconvened to work on a new album, which will be their fourth overall and first since 1997's Three, released via Epitaph Records. The band was formed by T.S.O.L.'s Jack Grisham after he left T.S.O.L. due to inner turmoil and weirdly, a new-at-the-time, Guns 'N Roses-inspired musical direction. T.S.O.L. eventually reformed with Grisham at the helm for 2001's Disappear (Nitro Records) and have continued to regularly record and tour since, which up until now left the Joykiller on the backburner.
The Joykiller have launched a Facebook page to provide updates on the new album.