The Tascam isn't a bad idea, but you get what you pay for in audio. Cymbals can be harsh, your snare can be robotic, kick drums with no substance, etc, but it'll get the job done.
The focusrite scarlett 18i20
as well as the roland octa-capture are much better alternatives, that provide a more transparent sound while still being affordable. The Presonus 1818 is also great, but I'd take the Focusrite or the Roland (which is what I have, and it's amazing).
A big part of your results will come from your room/sudio's acoustics. Poor acoustics in a room will end up with a poor recording, regardless of how expensive and shiny your interface is. Your microphones also play a huge role.
My point is, you can't just get a cheap but good interface and call it a day. You have to budget for quality mics and acoustics as well (among other things), which in today's day and age, is very much feasible to do so while still staying under budget. That's why the sm57
and sm58 are so legendary. So try and save up till you can get the focusrite, a nice mic, and room setup, then you should be ready to bring your level up a notch. Good luck