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Name:Viper 1987 Soldiers of Sunrise 80s Geophagus series

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Viper (Bra)
Genre(s)
Melodic Power/Speed Metal
Lyrical theme(s)
Fantasy (early); Life and personal struggles (now)
Origin Formed in Current label Status
Brazil (Sπo Paulo/SP) 1985 Eldorado Active
Current line-up
Ricardo Bocci - vocals (Rei Lagarto)
Felipe Machado - guitar (Metanol)
Pit Passarel - bass, vocals (Metanol)
Renato Graccia - drums
Marcelo Mello - guitar (session)
Former/past member(s)
André Matos - vocals (Shaman (Bra), Virgo (Matos/Paeth), Angra, Looking-Glass-Self)
Sérgio Facci - drums (Vodu, Volkana)
Cβssio Audi - drums
Yves Passarel - guitar (Capital Inicial)
Guilherme Martin - drums
Valdécio Santos - guitar
Additional notes

Read more about Viper (Bra)

Viper is one of the pioneers of heavy metal bands in Brazil. Its history starts in 1985 with the brothers Pit and Yves Passarell, bass and guitar players respectively. Still teenagers, they join with the guitar player Felipe Machado, and the drum player Cβssio Audi, and also André Matos and they record their first demo: The Killera Sword. 2 years later, Soldiers of Sunrise was released, one of the most worshipped Brazilian heavy metal albums. With clear influences of Iron Maiden and other bands, the band already showed great competence and talent in it?s songs getting great repercussion internationally. Theatre of Fate, the second album, had Guilherme Martin as drum player and hit the stores in 1989. This album got famous by the mixture of classic and heavy metal songs. A very good example is Moonlight, a heavy version of the famous Moonlight Sonata from Beethoven. A very known track is the ballad Living for the Night which reached the top in radio stations. Their songs pleased people right from the start and it was released in Europe, USA and 11 countries in the Eastern Countries, including Japan. In the land of the rising sun, Viper has reached the top of the parade and beated successful bands like Van Halen and Nirvana.
A while later, drummer Renato Graccia took over the drum-sticks and vocal André Matos decides to leave Viper. Later on he followed the same music style with 2 other bands which became worldly known, Angra and Shaman. Therefore, Pit Passarell assumes also the vocals and the band, now with 4 members, releases, in 1992, Evolution. The album is heavier, rawer and simpler than the others and its music reaches a public that wasn't to close to the heavy metal style. The title song and Rebel Maniac were played incessantly at that time. In the next year, Maniacs in Japan was released, which made history and was recorded live in Japan. This album is maybe one of the best Brazilian band stage record, due to the band performance. Pointing out the cover songs of Ramones 'I Wanna be Sedated' and Tim Maia's 'Nπo quero Dinheiro'. In 1994, the band is invited to open the Metallica's Brazilian tour, with 2 historical concerts in Parque Antartica Stadium for 20 thousand people each. The greatest Viper show, however, would take place in the following year: The Monsters of Rock festival, with bands like Kiss and Black Sabbath as main attractions, which gathered a crowd of 40 thousand people at the Pacaembu Stadium. Roadrunner Records released their next album, Coma Rage in 1995. Based in punk rock, the album was recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Bill Metoyer (Slayer, Testament). For the first time, the band reached first place on radio and MTV charts with the video clip 'Coma Rage'. The second video 'I Fought the Law' a Clash cover, had the same acceptance. A year later, the revolution: Castle Brazil released their album called: Tem pra Todo Mundo album in Portuguese and not as heavy as the other albums. Despite the success of the first single '8 de abril' the recording company declares bankruptcy, and the album wasn't released domestically. A while later, guitar player Yves Passarell leaves the band and joins Capital Inicial, a band to which Pit Passarell composes songs until today. Hits like 'O Mundo' belongs to him, which was Capital Inicial first single since they have become successful again. The band, now with Val Santos on the guitar, Renato Graccia on drums and Ricardo Bocci on vocals and also Felipe Machado on the guitar and Pit Passarell on bass. In 2004, Viper is invited to play on 'Rock the Planet' Concert in SP, playing alongside bands like Shaman, Kotipelto and Edguy. From them on, the band starts making concerts again. In April 9th, 2005, it is Viper's 20th anniversary in Manifesto, SP. To celebrate its 20 years, Viper released, in September, the DVD 'Living for the Night: 20 years of Viper', with a special documentary which brings testimonials of all the band members in the band! A history and also video clips and the historic concert in Japan in 1993. Because Viper is at its best when on stage, the band decided to go on tour to prepare the audience for the next album: 'All My Life' performing several new songs and also the classics, such 'Living for the Night', 'Evolution' 'Rebel Maniac', Soldiers of Sunrise, 'Theatre of Fate' and others.
In 2007, 11 years without any new album released, Viper is coming back with the album 'All My Life'. The energetic metal, which has acclaimed the band, returns with 12 songs in English and it is one of the best albums in the band career.
The album has also the participation of André Matos in 'Love is All' and Yves Passarell in 'Violet'. The record company Eldorado released 'All My Life' in Brazil, and it shows that the band is back with full power. The album is being negotiated and must be released in Europe, Japan and South America until the end of the year.

Viper (Bra) - Soldiers Of Sunrise

Full-length, Rock Brigade
May 1987
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[Average rating for 1 review is 70%]
Line-up :

Vocals : Andre Matos
Guitars : Felipe Machado
Guitars : Yves Passarell
Bass : Pit Passarell
Drums : Cassio Audi

Re-released by Massacre Records in 1992.

Re-released in 1997 by Paradoxx Music in a 2 in 1 edition with the "Theatre Of
Fate" album.
1. Knights Of Destruction 03:12 [view lyrics]
2. Nightmares 03:36 [view lyrics]
3. The Whipper 03:10 [view lyrics]
4. Wings Of The Evil 03:55 [view lyrics]
5. H.R. 03:15 [view lyrics]
6. Soldiers Of Sunrise 06:52 [view lyrics]
7. Signs Of The Night 03:30 [view lyrics]
8. Killera (Princess Of Hell) 02:38 [view lyrics]
9. Law Of The Sword 04:29 [view lyrics]
Total playing time 34:38

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