Cassio Audi, A man of many talents

Cassio Audi, did not start off as a high-level executive. He was also one of the founding members of band Viper from 1985-1989. Cassio just a teenager at the time was the drummer for three of their first albums to include The Killera Sword 1985, Projeto SP Metal 1985 and Soldiers of Sunrise in 1987. Their first album got off to a rough start with lead singer Andre Matos losing his voice before they finishing recording. They were able to push through and complete the recording in 3 days. His last performance with the band was Aug/4/2016 accompanied by former frontman Andre Matos at the Ozzy Stage Bar in São Paulo.
Viper was inspired by 70’s and 80’s bands like Iron Maiden and the new wave of British metal. The band would go on to top bands like Nirvana and Van Halen in some charts around the world. They have been credited to have played an intraguild part in bringing Heavy Metal to south America and other latin countries. At that time in Brazil and the rest of the world, Metal was getting a facelift. Bands like Dorsal Atlântica and Metalmorphose in brazil and bands like Metallica in the U.S. were bringing a new style to the mainstream.
In 1989 Cassio felt that his time in the band had come to its natural end and set off to accomplish new invaders. He received his Master Of Business Administration from Sao Paulo University. Helping people with investment opportunities who would otherwise have little to no help became his mission.

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