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Toxifix was spawned when Guitarist Robert Coronado took time off from his former band to regroup his thoughts and the direction he wanted to go in. He shared his ideas with different musicians over the couple years. He took off and received lots of positive feedback. Some were interested in being involved. The first person to really show enthusiasm was a drummer Clint Tucker, from the band Sky Ble
eds Red, who was very eager to be a part of the project.
While playing a show with a past band, Robert met a bassist by the name of Jonah Vargaz. At the time, was in another band. Robert was blown away with the skill and love that Jonah had for the bass and knew he would contribute something great to the band. Robert had talked to Jonah about being apart of the new project and Jonah did not hesitate to give his approval once he heard the early guitar recordings and saw potential for something great in the music. From that moment Toxifix was brought to life.
Since then, In June 2012, Clint Tucker left the band for personal reasons. Several months later in September 2012, Toxifix found a new drummer in Nick Mora. He is their current drummer.
Robert took the band and hit the ground running. He locked himself away from the world and began to write and record some of the most intense music that was pouring out of his mind. When he approached his other members with the music they loved it and began to add and write their parts. The music became something else. It became a force and the members are just the vessels it uses to come to life. Toxifix likes to pride itself on the ability to use more than metal elements to create true art, and like true art everything is up for interpretation.
When asked about the meaning in the lyrics or music, Robert shrugs and simply responds "I don't know. What do you think it means?"