Member:
1985-1991 Sabbat - guitars  
2006- Sabbat - guitars  
2008- Hell - guitars  
Live musician:
2001-2004 Fozzy - rhythm guitars  
Guest musician:
1999 Face Of Anger - backing vocals, guitars  
1999 Iron Monkey - guitar solos  
2010 Dimmu Borgir - guitar solos  


Personal information

Born on: 18.07.1969
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Andy "Undie" Sneap (July 18, 1969) is an English record producer, recording engineer, mixer, guitarist, and songwriter. He is best known for producing and mixing many acclaimed heavy metal albums. Andy is also the guitarist for the classic thrash metal band Sabbat. Currently he works out of his own studio, Backstage Studios, housed in a converted farm in Derbyshire, which he founded in 1994.

From 1985 to 1991 he was the guitarist for the classic thrash metal band Sabbat. During that time he recorded three albums with them (and produced two of them). After their split he founded the thrash metal band Godsend. They split up, though, after mere two years due to lacking success. From 2001 to 2002 he was the guitarist for the heavy metal band Fozzy (featuring wrestler Chris Jericho and Rich Ward from Stuck Mojo). Since their reunion in 2006 he is again a member of Sabbat and since 2008 the guitarist for Hell, whose album Human Remains even reached #46 on the German album chart in 2011.

Currently Andy Sneap works out of his own studio, Backstage Studios, housed in a converted farm in Derbyshire, which he founded in 1994. He received a Swedish Grammy for his work on Opeth's Deliverance album, as well as US Grammy nominations for his work on Killswitch Engage's The End of Heartache, Megadeth's Endgame "Sudden Death". He also produced Accept's reunion album Blood of the Nations.