Little is in the public domain as far as Cassio Audi’s musical career is concerned. Little is even said about his prowess in drumming and vocalist skills used to sway huge Brazilian crowds and according to him much admiration from the fans. Having started off as a solo drummer, he was then approached by one of his friends Yves Passarell to forming a band in mid-1985. Together with three other mates namely: Felipe Machado, Pit Passarell and Andre Machado, they formed a band called the Viper. In the band, his passion for the drum grew immensely as he took most his time perfecting the skill. With great vocals at his disposal, he also trained his band mates on their vocals which seemingly became their source of admiration to many.
Compiling an Album
With their persistence and diligence in their stage performances, they won a lot of shows with across Brazil and even beyond their borders. They continued composing songs and perfecting their techniques throughout their performances. These efforts bore fruits when they finally compiled their first album in 1986 which they named Killer Sword. Since its launch, the album got a lot of positive reviews and Cassio Audi together with his band mates secured more shows courtesy of the hits that the album had. The album comprised tracks such as Nightmare, Princess from Hell, and Killera.
End of an Era
Seemingly, it was not the end of things for Cassio as he went on to help the band compile yet another album in 1987. In 1989, he and the band members had a remarkable year with a string of performances in Europe and South America. It was just unfortunate that it marked the end of Cassio Audi musical career. He was poised to start off a business career through furthering his education in that field. Even so, he remained a loyal fan of Rock music and a reliable source of inspiration in music.