Poor Impulse Control
Based in Berkeley Ca, Poor Impulse Control played a blistering attack punktuated with lead bass, pounding drums and crunching guitar sprinkled with dashes of chaos from 1995 to 1997. Drawing on their influences of Iggy and the Stooges, Flipper, and the wine of the wrath of Babylon's fornication they inspired awe from and pity for their listeners. Though prone to lapses of concentration, they maintained a solemn oath to meet each other at the end of each song. They performed numerous times at Gilman Street and other clubs in the San Francisco Bay Area as they slowly disintegrated.
The Band Members were:
- Tony Bonilla (not pictured)- Original singer and first casulty of the band's inability to control their impulses. He is now the lead singer of The Sick
- Josh Levine - Lead Bass, Vocals (formerly of the Insaints, later of Fang and Not Flipper)
See the flyers for some of the Poor Impulse Control Gigs
Other Items of Interest