On the frontlines: White Zombie's Sean Yseult remembers the 90s
White Zombie basist Sean Yseult looks back on metal's craziest decade
How did the 90s start for you?
“In New York City, we were playing with art noise bands like Pussy Galore and Live Skull and Rat At Rat R. We kind of transitioned somehow and starting playing with Cro-Mags and Biohazard. Then we got bigger and got signed to Geffen. Right after we made our record in New York City [La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Volume One], we packed up the van and moved to Los Angeles to be near the label, and that was ’91. That was the 90s starting with a bang!”