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Fireball Ministry

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Los Angeles, California
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1997
Genre:
Stoner Metal/Hard Rock
Lyrical themes:
Inner Struggles, Life
Current label:
Restricted Release
Years active:
1997-present
Compilation appearances:
- Sucking the 70's: (with the song 'Doctor Doctor' (UFO cover))
- Sucking the 70's Vol. 2 (with the song 'Turn To Stone' (Joe Walsh cover))
Current
John Oreshnick Drums
Emily Burton Guitars (1997-present)
Reverend James A. Rota II Guitars, Vocals (1997-present)
See also: The Company Band
Johny Chow Bass (2005-present)
See also: Souls of We, Stone Sour (live), ex-Cavalera Conspiracy, ex-Soulfly (live), ex-Echo 3, ex-Maximum Penalty, ex-My Ruin, ex-Pushed, ex-Systematic
Past
Helen Storer Bass (1999-2001)
Brad Davis Bass (2001-2002)
See also: Fu Manchu, The Company Band
Janis Tanaka Bass (2002-2004)
See also: Winterthrall, ex-Unholy Cadaver, ex-Hammers of Misfortune, ex-L7, ex-Pagan Babies, ex-Pink (live)
Yael Drums (2006)
See also: ex-Souls of We
John Oreshnick Drums
Emily Burton Guitars (1997-present)
Reverend James A. Rota II Guitars, Vocals (1997-present)
See also: The Company Band
Johny Chow Bass (2005-present)
See also: Souls of We, Stone Sour (live), ex-Cavalera Conspiracy, ex-Soulfly (live), ex-Echo 3, ex-Maximum Penalty, ex-My Ruin, ex-Pushed, ex-Systematic
Helen Storer Bass (1999-2001)
Brad Davis Bass (2001-2002)
See also: Fu Manchu, The Company Band
Janis Tanaka Bass (2002-2004)
See also: Winterthrall, ex-Unholy Cadaver, ex-Hammers of Misfortune, ex-L7, ex-Pagan Babies, ex-Pink (live)
Yael Drums (2006)
See also: ex-Souls of We
Added by: Dark_Enemy Modified by: BlackenedZeroth
Added on: 2004-01-26 21:39:02 Last modified on: 2014-08-03 05:53:12
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