8 Bit Weapon - Former Members

Former Members

MelBot (2006-2008) - Played keyboards at live events. Is now pursuing her solo career.

Stacey "Superstix" Taylor (2003-2005) - She played live acoustic drums at live events and on the recordings Official Bootleg, The Limited Edition EP, and all versions of Vaporware Soundtracks. She is also credited for Game Boy programming and as co-writer of various songs on Vaporware Soundtracks.

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