- Old Shame: Bassist "Evil" Jared Hasselhoff has made it clear that he is not proud of peeing on the Ukrainian flag and wiping his ass with the Russian flag on stage during the band's 2013 tour of the Ukraine, as the incident directly led to them breaking up.
- The Pete Best: Daddy Long Legs (who wrote much of their first album) left the group right after its release due to internal disagreement. After he left, the band put out One Fierce Beer Coaster, which landed them into the mainstream. He later had some more niche success after forming horrorcore group Wolfpac, who are notable for their frequent collaborations with Insane Clown Posse.
- Role-Ending Misdemeanor: An example which applies to the entire band, as they rather unceremoniously broke up in 2013 after "Evil" Jared Hasselhoff's on-stage defamation of the Ukrainian and Russian flags, respectively, during their Ukrainian tour that year. The incident got them in hot water with Russian authorities, who threatened to press charges for indecency, and resulted in their Russian tour being canceled. While Hasselhoff publicly apologized, the band were so humiliated and angry about the incident that they broke up shortly thereafter, only reuniting to complete Hard-Off.
- What Could Have Been: The band wrote and recorded the song "Jackass" for a never-produced soundtrack to the eponymous MTV show. It instead wound up on the soundtrack to Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.
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