Steve "Fuzz" Kmak (born 1970) is an American bass guitar player, best known for his work with the rock band Disturbed.
Kmak founded the band, Brawl in 1996 with guitarist Dan Donegan and drummer Mike Wengren. They played small clubs in Chicago before singer David Draiman answered their ad, after which they changed the band name to Disturbed. They then produced their first studio album The Sickness, released in 2000 and their second album Believe, released in 2002.
Kmak was fired from the group by Dan Donegan because of "personal differences" between him and David, in 2003 after finishing the Music as a Weapon II Tour. He was replaced with John Moyer, who is the current bass player. Fuzz currently lives in Chicago, with his wife and two children.
Kmak used Music Man Sting Ray basses, usually 5-string.
Demo Tape (1994)