Guitarist Ira Black (METAL CHURCH, VICIOUS RUMORS) and renowned drummer Troy Patrick Farrell (HOOKERS N' BLOW, TRAMP'S WHITE LION) are currently on the road with EMERALD TRIANGLE, the the San Francisco band led by frontman Jade Steel. The group are touring in support of their new CD, "Tales of the Rondo", which is being described in a press release as "a sci-fi comic book adventure set to stylized rock, document[ing] the adventures of Jade Steel and allies through an intergalactic and interdimensional run for his life. Illustrator Marc Nordstrom lends his unique talents to help bring the story to life, animating the fascinating cast of characters in 'Tales of The Rondo' both inside the CD insert/comic book and projected behind the band during their highly energized live performances."For more information, visit www.jadesteel.com.
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