All's mascot is Allroy, a yellow- or green-skinned cartoon character with spiked hair, whorls for eyes, and a large, toothy grin, often depicted engaged in conflict with an anthropormophic musical note.
The band is known to switch instruments when playing live with Stevenson on guitar, Price on bass, Egerton on Drums, with Alvarez singing.
The band maintains that Chad Price is their current vocalist, but that they are doing a few shows with former singer Reynolds.
Reynolds left the band in 1993, and was replaced by vocalist Chad Price.
The album Breaking Things was released in 1993 to generally positive reviews, and the songs Guilty and Shreen were released as singles.
With Reynolds, All released four more albums: 1989’s Allroy's Revenge (which included the single She's My Ex), 1990’s Allroy Saves, 1992’s Percolater, and the 1990 live album Trailblazer.
Also during this time, the band recorded New Girl, Old Story, an album with former Descendents member Tony Lombardo under the band name Tonyall.
All briefly joined major label Interscope Records for 1995’s Pummel, but disputes over marketing and promotion of the album ended their relationship quickly.
The song "Million Bucks" was released as a single and a video, but the album ultimately received rather mixed reviews from fans and critics alike.
In mid-April of that year, the band announced that they would be reuniting once again with Reynolds for Chicago, Illinois's 'Riot Fest' on October 12.