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唐朝

Country of origin:
China
Location:
Beijing
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1989
Genre:
Heavy/Folk Metal/Rock
Lyrical themes:
Eastern Culture
Current label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
1989-present
Tang Dynasty (Chinese: 唐朝) are often credited as being the first heavy metal band in China. They were formed in February 1989 and the very first line up lasted until June 1989 when, after the facts of Tien An Men Square the band split up and some members were forced by the authorities to leave the country.
A new line up was created in October 1989.

They partecipated to the very first rock metal ...
Current
Zhao Nian Drums (1989-present)
Ding Wu Guitars (rhythm) (1989-2002, 2009-2019), Vocals (backing) (1989-1991), Vocals (lead) (1991-present)
See also: Black Panther
Gu Zhong Bass (1995-present)
See also: ex-The Breathing
Past
Zhang Ju Bass (1989-1995), Vocals (1989-1991), Vocals (backing) (1991-1995)
(R.I.P. 1995) See also: ex-超载, ex-The Face
Andrew Szabo Drums (1989)
Kaiser Kuo Guitars (1989, 1996-1999)
See also: ex-春秋
Liu Yijun Guitars (lead) (1989-1996, 2003-2009)
Wang Yong Keyboards (1993-1995)
Yu Yang Guitars (1999-2000)
See also: Iron Kite, Yu Yang
Chen Lei Guitars (2000-2019)
See also: 陈磊
Liu Jingwei Guitars (2019)
See also: Crack, ex-Black Kirin
Fu Dalong Guitars (2019)
Zhao Nian Drums (1989-present)
Ding Wu Guitars (rhythm) (1989-2002, 2009-2019), Vocals (backing) (1989-1991), Vocals (lead) (1991-present)
See also: Black Panther
Gu Zhong Bass (1995-present)
See also: ex-The Breathing
Zhang Ju Bass (1989-1995), Vocals (1989-1991), Vocals (backing) (1991-1995)
(R.I.P. 1995) See also: ex-超载, ex-The Face
Andrew Szabo Drums (1989)
Kaiser Kuo Guitars (1989, 1996-1999)
See also: ex-春秋
Liu Yijun Guitars (lead) (1989-1996, 2003-2009)
Wang Yong Keyboards (1993-1995)
Yu Yang Guitars (1999-2000)
See also: Iron Kite, Yu Yang
Chen Lei Guitars (2000-2019)
See also: 陈磊
Liu Jingwei Guitars (2019)
See also: Crack, ex-Black Kirin
Fu Dalong Guitars (2019)
Added by: wang Modified by: thetruechaby
Added on: 2004-09-09 22:52:51 Last modified on: 2019-08-13 06:58:23