In 1995 Rich McDermott, Good Riddance' original drummer, quits after the band's first U.S. tour in the summer.
Tony Palermo (Ten Foot Pole) temporarily fills in on a follow up tour of the U.S. and Canada. The search begins for a new permanent drummer, ending in the fall of 1995 with Sean Sellers joining just in time for a co-headlining European tour with label mates Tilt.
Good Riddance records and releases "A Comprehensive Guide to Moderne Rebellion" in 1996 and follows it up with tours supporting Down by Law"in north America and NOFX in Europe as well as their own headlining tour.
In 1998 FAT Wreck Chords releases "Ballads from the Revolution" in the spring and the band tours with Sick of it All (New Zealand & Australia) and A.F.I. (Europe and north America).
In 1999 Good Riddance goes to the Blasting Room in Fort Collins, to record "Operation Phoenix", their fourth full length album. With the guidance of producers Bill
Stevenson and Stephen Egerton the band emerge with their fiercest work to date. Drummer Sean marries his girlfriend Olivia, moves to Los Angeles and quits the band following an October Tour of western Canada.
A year later Dave Raun of Lagwagon temporarily fills in on drums throughout the spring and summer while the band searches for a permanent replacement.
David Wagenschutz, former Kid Dynamite/Lifetime drummer, joins Good Riddance in the fall of 2000.
Sean Sellers is also known from Jara, Downcast, Not For The Lack of Trying, and Manumission.
As if that's not enough, Sean also joined hardcoreband Shelter on their European promotion tour for "The Purpose, The Passion" (2001).
The album was recorded with ex-Cro Mags skinsman Dave DiCenso, a professor/instructor for percussion at Berklee School Of Music. DiCenso had already played on Shelter's "Mantra" and "Beyond Planet Earth". Still, it was pretty obvious from the beginning that he could not join in for months of touring. Sean Sellers from Good Riddance tried out and got along great with everybody, so he got the job.
Back in the US after two months touring thourgh Europe, Sean Sellers joined The Kidneythieves.
2004 saw Sean Sellers team up with Good Riddance guitarist Luke Pabich and Jesse Darling, bass player for Lonely Kings, to form a band called called Outlie.
More recently Sean has been playing with The Real McKenzies.