Cassio Audi Moves From Heavy Metal Drummer To Investment Specialist

spcblog, 10 November 2017, No comments
Categories: Celebrities

In 1987, Cassio Audi appeared to have the heavy metal world at his feet following the release of Viper’s debut album “Soldiers of Sunrise” and their spot supporting legendary British rockers, Motorhead on their tour of Brazil. However, Cassio Audi made the decision to step away from the burgeoning heavy metal landscape of Brazil to develop a new career as an investment specialist and business leader who played an instrumental role in the development of the Brazilian financial markets for international investors. Follow Cassio Audi on Facebook.

Cassio Audi was a teenager when he joined Viper in 1985 and became the drummer for a band which would quickly become one of the most impressive and important in the history of Brazilian heavy metal. Like many Brazilian heavy metal bands of the mid-1980s, Viper rose quickly in the eye of a public desperate for a new form of music made in Brazil but influenced by what was known as the “new wave” of British heavy metal. Cassio Audi was seeking a musical career in the mid-1980s when he took his drumming skills to a number of bands in the Sao Paulo area before deciding to focus his attention on the band formed by brothers Yves and Pit Passarell, Viper.

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After setting out on their journey to success playing small shows in their home city of Sao Paulo in 1985, Cassio Audi and his fellow original members of Viper found themselves playing to vast crowds as the opening act for British metal legends, Motorhead on their 1987 Brazilian tour; a critically acclaimed and commercially successful album, “Soldiers of Sunrise” placed the band on the map for heavy metal fans across the planet. Despite this success and an outlook for continued achievement in the future the drummer hung up his sticks and returned to study in Sao Paulo before becoming one of the most impressive investment specialists in the nation. Read more about Cassio Audi at metal-archives.com.

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