Snax

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Snax
OriginAgoura Hills
GenresChristian rock, Christian ska, Christian punk, Ska punk
Years active1995 (1995)–2002 (2002)
Associated actsLinkin Park
Past membersDave Farrell
Mark Fiore
Rob Bourdon
Eric Pffeifer
Ryan Maroney
Mark Keller
Daniel Paterson
Jim Roach

Snax was a Christian rock band. The band was consisted of Linkin Park bassist Dave Farrell and videographer Mark Fiore.

Career[edit]

Snax was formed in around 1995 as Tasty Snax by members Mark Fiore,. Rob Bourdon and Dave Farrell. The band released "Run Joseph Run" on June 1, 1998 through Screaming Giant Records. They released one and only music video for the title album. At some point in 1999, they renamed simply as The Snax [1]

Their self-titled second album "Snax" was released on April 17, 2000. Farrell left the band on October 22, 2000 and rejoined Linkin Park. He was replaced by Jim Roach. [2]

The band later disbanded in 2002 and went on separate ways. Lead vocalist Mark Fiore went on to become their videographer for Linkin Park.

Members[edit]

Final line-up
  • Mark Fiore - lead vocals, guitar (1996-2002)
  • Jim Roach - guitar, bass (2001-2002); drums (2001)
  • Daniel Patterson - drums (2001-2002)
Former members
  • Eric Pffeifer - guitar (1996-1997)
  • Ryan Cheese Maroney - guitar (1997-2001)
  • Dave Farrell - bass, vocals (1996-2000)
  • Rob Bourdon - drums (1996)
  • Mark Keller - drums (1996-2001)

Discography[edit]

  • Run Joseph Run (1998)
  • Snax (2000)

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://screaminggiant.bandcamp.com/album/run-joseph-run
  2. ^ Apar, Corey (2013-07-16). "Dave "Phoenix" Farrell". AllMusic. Archived from the original on 2013-07-26. Retrieved 2015-12-29.