Cassio Audi Short Term Involvement in Heavy Metal Music

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When you think of heavy metal Music, Cassio Audi is one of the musicians that pop in mind in an instance. Although not an extensive musical record, the few singles that he released were nothing short of amazing. Audi hails from Brazil. He was the founder member of the formerly renowned band called Viper which is no longer in existence as of today. The group was famous for hit albums like Soldiers of Sunrise which they recorded in 2016.Audi played drums for the band. Read more at about Cassio Audi.

The Viper Band was founded in 1985 and was made up of Cassio Audi, Pit Passarell, Filipe Machado and Yves Passarell all in their teenage years. The album Soldiers of Sunrise was what threw the band officially in the limelight. Though it received both positive and negative comments, it put all the members on a different scale, and they were more confident in the projects that that followed. The group would forge forward in releasing projects that were undoubtedly more mature and tasteful to their fan-base. Their songwriting skills had undoubtedly developed on a more gratifying level.


The Band’s second album, Theater of Fate was released in the year 1989. The album made the Band skyrocket to the top of the charts giving famous bands like Nirvana and Van Halen a run for their Money. The group was able to penetrate to Europe, Asia, and even the USA through this album. Cassio was not part of the band by then as he had exited in the same year. Cassio Audi remained a significant part of the group as he opened the stage for the recording of the second album. Although Cassio’s Musical journey was short-lived, he remains passionate about music and instruments and his impacts on heavy metal in Brazil still lives on. After his departure in the musical world, Cassio Joined University and now lives a healthy happy life. Visit SoundHound to watch music videos of Cassio Audi.

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