Adrián Terrazas-González

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Adrián Terrazas-González
Terrazas-González in 2008
Terrazas-González in 2008
Background information
Birth nameAdrián Terrazas González
GenresLatin jazz, progressive rock, psychedelic rock, classical, experimental
Instrument(s)Flute, saxophone, clarinet, percussion
Years active1996–present
LabelsUniversal, Sumerian

Adrián Terrazas-González is a Mexican multi-instrumentalist who plays flute,[1] tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, and percussion. He was a member of the progressive rock band The Mars Volta from 2005 to 2008.


As leader[edit]

  • Cu Taan (2009)

With The Mars Volta

With Omar Rodríguez-López

With T.R.A.M.

As sideman[edit]

With Juan Alderete
With Zechs Marquise
  • Our Delicate Stranded Nightmare (2008)
With Troker
  • El Rey Del Camino (2010)
With Alex Otaola
  • El Hombre de la Camara (2010)
With Trevor Hall
  • Everything Everytime Everywhere (2011)
With The Memorials
  • Delirium (2012)
With Candiria
  • Not yet Reales (2013)


  1. ^ "Mars Volta, the". Retrieved February 13, 2010.

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