Fear Disorder

Hailing from Toronto Canada, Fear Disorder began their musical career in 1995, featuring Steve "Skull" Saunders on Vocals and Guitars, Dan Cardoso on Guitars and Backing Vocals, Chay McMullen on Bass and Desche Sparboom on Drums. The band's one album "In A Rage" was well received amongst the groove metal community, but failed to attract similar plaudits that Groove Metal icons Pantera managed to yield. It was this poor performance that led to the band parting ways with Revolver, leading to the demise of the band in early 1998.