The people of hard rock trio Fireball Ministry — Emily J. Burton, Adam A. Rota, and Helen Storer — christened themselves with spiritual game titles (bishop, reverend, and sister, respectively) commensurate with their music group name, and released their debut record, Ou Est La Rock and roll?, in 1999 on Bong Fill Information. By 2001, Storer still left the music group and John Oreshneck (drums) and Janis Tanaka (bass) became a member of the group simply with time for the documenting of FMEP. A cope with Nuclear Blast surfaced by 2002. THE NEXT Great Awakening, that was made by Grammy Award-winning Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Queens from the Rock Age, Program of a Down), designated Fireball Ministry’s second recording in 2003.
Music Songs The Broken, It Flies Again, Butcher, Faker, Policy Maker, Fallen Believers, Kick Back, Maidens of Venus, Daughter of the Damned, Choker, Save the Saved, Back on Earth, End of Story, Followed by a Fall, Thought It Out, The Second Great Awakening, Spill the Demons, Two Tears, He Who Kills, Hellspeak, Flatline, Master of None, Hard Lines, Sleeping With Angels, Turn to Stone, Common Enemy, Sundown, In Their Own Right, Rollin' On, In the Mourning, The Sinner, Rising from the Deep, Death Dealer, Under the Thunder
Albums Their Rock Is Not Our Rock, Où est la Rock?, The Second Great Awakening, Fireball Ministry, FMEP
Filming the revolutionary short film "The FP". [June 2006]