In his early life, Cassio Audi was a musician. Till he abandoned it in 22, Cassio was a drummer for the Brazilian metal band Viper. He wrote the Soldiers of Sunrise album; one of the songs and was featured in two of the band’s records. Throughout his music career, Cassio Audi was recognized by heavy metal fans around the world for his contribution to dispersing metal and his drumming in Viper. By any measure, Cassio Audi is revered as a legend on the global sphere of music. The entire world celebrates the music of Cassio because the drummer was a key member in the formation of legendary Brazilian heavy metal band Viper.
Cassio teamed up with long-time friends Yves Passarell, Pit Passarell, Andre Matos, and Felipe Machad. Together, they created the legendary sound that launched their group Viper into massive fame. Cassio Audi was their drummer. Their two pioneer demos incorporated British metal of 1980s and the 1970s; the demo would launch Viper to new heights of metal music. This was then followed with their debut record, ‘Soldiers of Sunrise.’ The widely successful record earmarked Cassio’s achievements as a drummer. Sadly, he left the world of music for a brief time, but his influence as a heavy metal drummer is forever marked in the hall of fame of great Brazilian musicians. His spot is irreplaceable to everyone around the world and in Brazil.
Cassio’s sound was one of heavy metal freedom. The band played songs of angst and rebellion. “I Fought the Law,” and “Maniacs in Japan” are just two of their most popular works. The raging drums and echoing solos resonated with listeners around the world. Brazilian Heavy Metal was a sound for the ages thanks to Cassio Audi.
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