The band’s lineup began to splinter as the ’90s progressed, with the majority of Warrant’s founding members leaving the group. Under the Influence arrived in 2001, comprised of various cover songs and two original tracks; it also marked Jani Lane’s last recording with the band. He ultimately left in 2004, taking two of Warrant’s members with him, and was replaced by former Black ‘N Blue vocalist Jaime St. James. While Lane attempted a solo career, the revised version of Warrant released Born Again in 2006. Jaime St. James’ tenure in the band proved to be very short, as he was ousted in 2008 in favor of Lane’s return. Later that year, Lane left once again and was replaced by Lynch Mob’s Rob Mason.
The release of the new album, titled Rockaholic, on May 13, 2011 in Europe and May 17, 2011 in North America was confirmed by Frontiers Records. It subsequently peaked at number 22 on the Billboard Top Hard Rock Albums chart. The album features two new music videos for the singles: “Life’s a Song” and “Home”.