Cacophony was an American heavy metal band formed in 1986 by guitarists Marty Friedman and Jason Becker. They remained active until 1989, after which both guitarists would go on to forge their own solo careers and join other bands. Friedman went on to become the lead guitarist in Megadeth and later, a television star in Japan. Jason Becker took Steve Vai's place in the David Lee Roth Band before he was afflicted with Lou Gherig's disease and began to focus on writing and recording new compositions. In 2012, "Not Dead Yet", a movie about Jason Becker's life, was released garnering rave reviews. Drummer Atma Anur, one of the best progressive rock drummers in the world, subsequently recorded and toured with a number of groups before moving to Europe to further his recording, performing and drum instructional career. Lead vocalist, Peter Marrino who came to the band fresh from CBS recording artists "Lemans", was the journeyman of the band. Marrino went on to further his career as a singer,songwriter and producer before becoming the world's preeminent Ozzy Osbourne impersonator with his "Unauthorized Ozzy" show, a long running favorite in Vegas and beyond.