Drive Like Jehu were a post-hardcore band founded in San Diego, CA in 1990. They formed out of the remnants of 80s SD bands Pitchfork and originally featured Chris Bratton from Chain Of Strength on drums before finding Mark Trombino of Night Soil Man. The band quickly signed to Headhunter Records, a San Diego-based label under Cargo Music, and released their self-titled debut in 1992. The album's success put them on the major label radar and they wound up on Interscope who released their sophomore album, which subsequently was their last, Yank Crime. After the band split, guitarist John Reis focused his attention on his other band Rocket From The Crypt and Mark Trombino became a famous record producer, and later donut shoppe owner. This original Drive Like Jehu shirt, in great condition, is from the Yank Crime era.