How Cassio Audi Helped Pioneer The Brazilian Rock Industry

Cassio Audi is one of the famed financial investors in the Brazilian economy. Despite living a quiet life away from the limelight, this professional is one of the founding members of the Brazilian rock industry. Cassio Audi teamed up with some friends including Machado Andre, Felipe Machado, Pet Passarell, and Yves Passarell to form the popular Brazilian boy’s rock band known as the Vipers. Read this article at

Despite having a great musical talent, Cassio was given the role of the bands drummist. With passion and dedication, Mr. Audi played his part with diligence. Cassio Audi was also responsible for songwriting and coordinating the band’s activities, a key factor that helped determine the group’s success. The Vipers music was heavily influenced by the sounds Iron Maiden and the British heavy metal.

During their time together, the Vipers made great success not only in Brazil but also in Europe as they were able to travel and popularize their music across the globe. The Vipers released their first album which was a Demo known as the Killera Sword in 1985. This demo album composed of songs such as Killera Princess from Hell, Sign of the Night, and Nightmare. The official album, Soldiers of Sunset, came later in 1987 and was a masterpiece. Watch this video on Youtube.

The Vipers went on to record a second album in 1989 called the Theater of Fate. This second album was an improvement of the first and contained more mature music thus symbolizing the growth the band had achieved to that point. It is at this point, amidst the success of the group, that Mr. Cassio Audi hanged up his musical boots in pursuit of a different career path. Cassio Audi later joined the Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Sao Paulo and pursued a degree in Business Administration. He later did an MBA finance major at the University of Sao Paulo.

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