The Insaints were perhaps more known for their confrontational, controversial and exceptionally lewd stage act, than their actual music. Singer Anderson, who routinely both performed and oversaw girl-girl sexual acts during the performances, also worked as a dominatrix at the time, and occasionally brought some of her workmates along to the performances. A re-occurring theme in the act was during the instrumental track Pipeline; her various guests would, during the length of the track, proceed to publicly fist fuck her, often resulting in criminal charges being pressed against the group.
The most famous incident happened on April 3, 1993, at 924 Gilman, a low-profile, but semi-legendary, non-alcohol punk club in Berkeley, California. Former Dead Kennedys member Carlos Cadona called the law enforcement after he witnessed Anderson and two other women perform a girl-girl sex act with a banana during the Insaints performance. When the girls proceeded to urinate on each other Cadona called the police.
Eventually, the legal battles the group had to face due to the girl-girl dominatrix acts became too much, and the group split amicably in 1994.
Nowadays, guitarist Deleon is active in goth-punk outfit The Deep Eynde and psycho-goth outfit Rezurex.
On November 9, 2004, the six tracks from the EP, along with the four other outtakes from the 1993 EP recording and nine additional live tracks, were released as a full length album, Sin of Saints. The proceedings from the album sales at present go to Anderson's daughter.