RAGE Drummer Launches Rock Fusion Band

Former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN and current RAGE drummer Mike Terrana has teamed up with French musicians Cyril Achard (electric & acoustic guitar) and Ivan Rougny (electric bass) in a three-piece instrumental rock fusion band called TABOO VOODOO FUSION BAND.

The new TABOO VOODOO CD, entitled "Something's Cooking", will be released on Lion Records in November. It contains 10 "powerfully dynamic pieces displaying musical virtuosity & tasteful melody lines," according to an official press release. "[The material] contains musical [similarities] to the CDs that Mike Terrana has recorded with Tony Macalpine in the past. However, the compositions lean a little more to the progressive and jazz-fusion side of the musical spectrum.

TABOO VOODOO FUSION BAND will be on the road in Germany starting in November, followed by tours of France, Italy, Spain and Holland after January 2003.


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