Cassio Audi and the Vipers Band

Does it sound unusual having the name Cassio Audi and Vipers Band together in the same sentence? You shouldn’t be astounded. Audio started off as a musician in the 1980s. Together with a group of other four local teenagers, Audi formed a heavy metal band known as Vipers. The five teenagers’ choice of music genre was heavily influenced by a British band, “Iron Maiden.” The Vipers began by performing in local shows before going ahead to produce some demo songs.

Audi played a key role in composing songs, and they were able to produce their first album, the Killer Sword. The album was regarded as a demo album and performed quite well in the local music scene. The group now had the responsibility of quenching the thirst of their new found fan base. The band later released a refined album which immediately propelled them into the limelight. The album still went the title Killer Sword, a title that became synonymous with the band.
Although he was a composer, Audi’s was the band’s drummer. As the group continued to grow, he became a more skilled drummer earning respect from fans and the metal music fraternity. He was also actively involved in the marketing of the Vipers across various parts of the continent and abroad.
By 1989, when Audi left the Vipers, they had three albums with the addition of Soldiers of Sunrise and Theatre of Fate. Additional records were matched by an increasingly growing fan base. They were now performing in shows beyond the borders further earning international popularity. They also won admiration from producers from abroad for their remarkable talent. The early members including Cassio Audi seem to have built a solid base for the band’s existence. It is probably a trait he has utilized in his journey as a successful investment specialist.

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