There are multiple artists who have gone under the name "Taurus", including multiple metal bands, a trance DJ, a R&B girlgroup active in 2006 and a rap group. 1) The band was founded by and centered around brothers Cláudio and Sérgio Bezz. After its demise in the early 90's, Cláudio went on to play pop and jazz music, while Sérgio became a psychoanalyst and Jeziel joined a rock 'n' roll band called Gnose. In 2006, the band returned to activity. 2) Taurus is a two-piece band from Portland, Oregon. "Their view; it is cosmic. Not of a man here, a child there, but an abstraction. Not honorable men, but of honor itself; the abstract is real, the actual is invisible to them, It is their sense of space and time. They see through the here, the now, into the vast black deep beyond, the unchanging. And that is fatal to life. Because eventually there will be no life; there was once only dust particles in space, the hot hydrogen gases, nothing more, and it will come again. This is an interval. The cosmic process is hurrying on, crushing life back into the granite and the methane; the wheel turns for all life. it is all temporary, And these- these madmen- respond to the granite, the dust." Members: Ashley Spungin (Drums) Stevie Floyd (Dark Castle) (Guitar) Discography: 2012 - Demo 2012 - Life Demo Official Facebook Page Bandcamp 3) Danish 70´s rock group that turned into the new wave act Tv-2. Released one album in 1978 "Whatever Happened to the sixties" 4) A British Rock band from the North East of England. Active 1980-1984. Terry Keegan (Vocals), Nigel Brown (Guitar), Terry Swain (Guitar), Brian Tippey (Bass), Various drummers. Never released an album but the track "Paper Chaser" was often played on the Friday Night Rock Show by Tommy Vance. Paper Chaser featured on the Album "Metal Explosion from the Friday Night Rock Show" in 1980.