After "La Polla Records" disbanding in 2003, Evaristo formed the band "The Kagas" with other musicians of the Basque punk scene. After releasing one album, the band was reformed as "The Meas" in 2004, and released one album as well. In 2005, Evaristo created "Gatillazo" with former members of La Polla, the guitarist Txiki and the drummer Tripi and other punk musicians from Spain.
In 2005, the band released their debut album to the "Oihuka" label, although it did not sell as well. Then, in 2007, the band released "Dianas Legales", it was Gatillazo's most successful album, toured through by Europe and Latin America between 2007 and 2008.
Then in 2008, Gatillazo released their third studio album "Sex Pastels" with a DVD by a jam session, with songs from "La Polla Records", "The Kagas" and own songs.
On April 2, 2013, the band's fifth album "Siglo XXI" came out, and in 2016 the sixth album called "Cómo Convertirse En Nada" was released.