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    Viper - The Killera Sword

    Band Info:

    Country: Brazil
    Location: Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo
    Formed: 1985
    Style(s): Melodic Power/Speed Metal, Punk/Pop (90's)
    Status: Active

    Release Info:

    Type: Demo
    Carrier: Cassette
    Recording Year: 1985
    Release Year: 1985
    Release Style: Heavy Metal, Speed Metal
    Label: Self Released

    Release Line Up:

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

    Tracklist:

    01 - Law of the Sword
    02 - Signs of the Night
    03 - Nightmare
    04 - H.R. (Heavy Rock)
    05 - The Whipper
    06 - Killera - The Princess

    Download Info:

    Format: MP3
    Bitrate: 320 kbps
    File Size: 44 MB
    Host site: Rapidshare
    Link: Dead Link

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    Gravibus manere. Heli temulentam. Mulierum mammas utamur.
    (Keep it Heavy, be drunk, enjoy boobies)

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    Modus et inordinatio in Metalinium
    (Method and Disorder the Metal way)

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    I love early VIPER. So raw and primitive, unabashed MAIDEN worship, done so well with so much heart and feeling. THANKS BONES!
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    No problem guys :)

    It is sad that they didn't continue this quality of music further on. How many bands from that era went that way? Countless ones, the first 2 or 3 efforts are great but then took a nose dive because of, either the record company, or a band member or management taking over the direction for the band with disastrous results. Oops I think this is more in the line of a topic somewhere else on this forum, sorry.
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    Battle Cry:

    Gravibus manere. Heli temulentam. Mulierum mammas utamur.
    (Keep it Heavy, be drunk, enjoy boobies)

    Personal Motto:

    Modus et inordinatio in Metalinium
    (Method and Disorder the Metal way)

    My 80's Metal Blog
    User avatar
    Bringer of Steel
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    Status:Offline
    Name: Tony
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    Location: Aberdeen
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