Reset recorded a demo tape in 1995, Concerned, produced by Rod Shearer. Then came the first full length album, No Worries, in 1997, recorded at Le Studio Morin-Heights and produced by Rod Shearer too. The band shot a video clip for the single "Why?". In 1998, Reset had a different line up. Bouvier was now singing and playing bass, and a new member, Adrian White from Vancouver, replaced Comeau as drummer. In 1999, the band released No Limits, which was co-written by Adrian White. This album was recorded in Vancouver, British Columbia, and was produced by Greg Reely.
Three video clips were filmed for No Limits: "Pollution", "Pressure", and "My Dream and I". Shortly after the filming of "Pressure", Bouvier left Reset to reacquaint with Comeau to form the band Simple Plan. David Desrosiers replaced Bouvier in 2000 but only stayed with the band for six months.
In 2003, Reset released a third album, Radioactive.The album was produced, performed, mixed and mastered by Philippe Jolicoeur. This is the first album that Phil produced with his own record label Indy Rekordz Inc. & it's only available in Canada & in the US."Choke" and Kyoto are the singles and the new video clips for that album.On Kyoto song, RESET speak about Kyoto Protocol. Today, Reset has a new line-up with Philippe Jolicoeur (guitar & vocals), Martin Gendreau (drums) and Claude Plamondon (bass & vocals).
In March 2008, they released their 4th album 'No Intensity'. This album is similar to their 1st album 'No Worries', with anti-government songs very influentials like Corrupted To The Bone, Redemption or Papillon. This last song is based on the book named Papillon written by Henri Charrière. The album is produced by Rod Shearer again, who was the producer on 'No Worries' & 'Concerned'(Demo).
Over the years Reset participated in five Canadian tours and three American tours, the 1997, 2000 & 2006 Vans Warped Tour in North America. Reset has played with bands such as Green Day, NOFX, Pennywise, Lagwagon, MxPx, Millencolin, Strung Out, Face to Face, Papa Roach and Ten Foot Pole.