Cassio Audi’s Early Experience with Viper Band

Cassio Audi’s music career began in 1985. Together with Andre Machado, Pit Passarell, Yves Passarel and Felipe Machado, his bandmates, they formed the Viper rock band. The formation and naming of the band was influenced by Iron Maiden and a particular wave of British heavy metal at that time.

Hardly does anything begin on its peak. In most times, people have to struggle to achieve success. The group initially struggled with composing songs. However, Cassio Audi’s role as a drummer made this less tough and pushed both him and the band to popularity as he was good in also song compositions and was a lyricist.

The release of their first demo album, Killer Sword which comprised Nightmare, Princes from Hell, and Killera tracks, reflected Audi as an expert drummer. The band released their first album, Soldiers of Sunrise in 1987, and Audi played the drum sets. Despite some critics’ negativity about more refinement needed by the group, the fact that English was their second language brought out the Viper as very skilled.

Due to their growing popularity, the five expanded their area of reach and took their performance to the greater Europe and Americas. There was a growing demand for their kind of music, and Audi’s skill with the instrument was enviable.

Later in 1989, their second album was launched, and it was nothing but an expert work of musical arts. Cassio Audi once again was the face of composition and a lyrical mania. His success was also the success of the band. However, after this release, he waved his last as he left music to pursue a career in the finance industry.

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