The Creative Musical Past of Cassio Audi

Together with Yves, Felipe, Machado Andre, and Pit, Cassio Audi was part of the Viper Rock band. His first appearance in the group’s project was in 1985, in the Project Sp metal demo. He appeared in most of the band’s subsequent project as their drummer. The band musical influences include the 80s British heavy metal bands.

Cassio Audi also actively marketed Viper’s music and helped in the composition of their song. His determination paid off as the band got more airplay and made hit songs. Viper band tracks Killera, Nightmare and Princess from Hell were a commercial success and topped Brazilian charts.

The band toured Europe and America. They commanded a huge following and loyal in Brazil. Even as they gained popularity in South America, the market was eager to get more material from them. Cassio Audi wrote and composed more songs for their bank and was instrumental in the launch of their inaugural album Soldiers of Sunset in 1987. Upbeat dream showcases his prowess in harmonizing the drum beats and the vocalist’s tone. The album’s success made them group more popular and placed them among the top bands in the rock genre. Allmusic gave the album a four star. The Soldiers of Sunset has different versions that were redone and covered since its debut. Despite their decision to sing in English, the group appealed more to the Brazilian crowd.

Theater of Fate, the group’s second album launched in 1989. The album composition incorporated classical music. Cassio once more showcased his abilities to compose and write excellently. His signature innovative and electrifying beats impressed his bandmates. He stayed in the band for 9years before leaving to pursue a different career path.

Cassio Audi believes in that music and business are interrelated. Just like in business, music requires creativity, a trait Cassio has honed since his teenage years. Cassio is writing more music that will be part of his upcoming projects. He continues to build his music career as he pursues other interests.

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