The Days of Cassio Audi as a Hard Metal Music Drummer

Cassio Audi started his music career as a music instrumentalist in Sao Paulo Brazil. Together with his friends, he founded a Brazilian band called Viper. The group had five members, and they were Yves Passarell, Pit Passarell, Andre Machado, Felipe Machado and Audi. They were between the ages of 13-14 years. Viper band lasted for four years from 1985-1989 and had released four albums. The albums released were Killer Sword in 1985 the album included songs such as Nightmare, Killer Princess from Hell and signs of the night. Soldiers of Sunrise 1987 was the second album with tracks such as Signs of the Night Knights of Destruction and the main song Soldiers of Sunrise the final album when Audi was in the band was Theatre of Fate released 1989.

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Theatre of Fate was accepted in Europe USA and Asia. Viper was able to beat other bands such as Van Halen and Nirvana. The music genres were heavy metal, thrash metal, power metal and alternative rock. Their albums gained popularity received high ratings, and they sold thousands of copies. Many people acknowledged the talent of the teenager and believed that they were going to take the music industry to a higher level.

The band was influenced by Iron Maiden and developing British heavy metal. The band was very talented in vocals and instruments, and they created a huge impact in Brazil through their Music. Most people recognized Cassio Audi as a heavy metal drummer who put Viper in a top position in the music industry in Brazil. He was irreplaceable as a drummer because of the style he brought to heavy metal music.

Cassio Audi left the Band in 1989 to join the university but his love for music is still there, and he enjoys it just like the old times. Click here

Alex Pall Seeks To Step Out From Behind The DJ Booth With The Chainsmokers

The founding member of The Chainsmokers, Alex Pall has recently been explaining why he believes the electronic dance music sector has always lacked a creative leader until the arrival of his own duo, The Chainsmokers. Alex Pall points to the fact too many DJ’s are willing to simply stand in the background through much of the creative process and during performances when a guest vocalist will take center stage as the DJ stands in the background behind a booth.

Alex Pall and his creative partner in The Chainsmokers, Andrew Taggart have made a definite effort to step out of the shadows into the limelight by sharing the stage with guest performers and singing on their own recordings. In interviews, Alex Pall has revealed he believes the major issue facing many DJ’s is the lack of ownership and authorship of their own songs which is often due to the fact a songwriter crafts their own song before handing it over to a DJ to be produced; both Pall and Taggart have stepped into the songwriting room to build songs based on their own experiences and ideas which means they tend to have a stronger link to the music they are producing than some of their peers.

The change in style and the decision-making process has paid dividends for The Chainsmokers with Alex Pall stating they are now focusing on creating a live show which appeals to longtime fans of the DJ duo and those attracted to their recent releases. Developing the live performance aspect of The Chainsmokers brand is the next step for marketing expert Alex Pall who believes the duo need to appeal to every part of their fanbase over the coming years if they are to become as successful as they wish and take their music to a global audience. The first step of stepping out of the DJ booth has been achieved as Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart have created the blueprint for other DJ’s seeking mainstream success to follow in the future.

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