During the next five years, the band composes the bulk of its written material while rehearsing and forming a cohesive unit, and despite setbacks, releases their debut EP, A Live in the Basement in 1992, recorded on a two track VCR. The next few years saw moving to Miami and the refinement of their repitore.
1999 saw Pip Pyle replacing Rogers on drums, and embarking on a small West Coast tour with the band. In 2000, the band enters the studio to record the band's first full length album, Crashing Icons. The band is currently looking for a label to release the final product of this album. For more info, read on to the official band history on the Absolute Zero website.