Brazil’s Rage In My Eyes Drummer Shares Playthrough For “The Core” Off Latest Album “Ice Cell”

Rage In My Eyes

Rage In My Eyes drummer Francis Cassol is sharing his latest playthrough video for “The Core”. The track is off their latest 2019 album “Ice Cell”. The video showcases the velocity and technicality Cassol applies in this high speed fist-pumping classic metal sounding song.

Watch the playthrough video here.

Being from southern Brazil, Rage In My Eyes shows a side of the country most people don’t know about. Blending heavy/prog metal with elements of MILONGA (folk music from southern Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina) to their music along with accordion, the band presents a distinctive brand of metal that is their own. The band’s first album “Ice Cell” was released in August 2019 and was recorded partially in Los Angeles and in their native Porto Alegre, Brazil. The album was produced by Magnus Wichmann at Magneto Studio (Brazil) and Daufembach Studio (USA). It was mixed and mastered in Los Angeles by the renowned Brazilian producer Adair Daufembach. The cover was designed by Tiago Masseti, who has worked with Hibria, Luis Kalil and Daydream XI. The band has also been an opening for Iron Maiden in Porto Alegre, Brazil in October 2019,

The band comments about “Ice Cell”:

“In summary, Ice Cell is a manifesto against the superficiality, inertia, coldness of the human being, his indifference, and his corruptible character. An album that seeks this sincere connection with the truth and musicality of each member, explaining their diverse influences in heavy metal and their South Brazilian and South American roots.”

Prior to their new band name of Rage In My Eyes, the group spent 17 years under the moniker of Scelerata, which had a huge history in the Brazilian heavy metal scenario. The band had three albums released worldwide, including the acclaimed album “The Sniper” – partially recorded in Germany, at the Blind Guardian studio – that featured guest appearances from Paul DiAnno (former Iron Maiden) and Andi Deris (Helloween).

Scelerata was also Paul DiAnno’s official Brazilian backing band from 2009 to 2014, playing 50+ shows with this heavy metal icon.

With this huge background, the musicians are now aiming for the future. 

Recommended for fans of Iron Maiden, Helloween, and Symphony X, Rage In My Eyes brings an icy new edge to traditional power metal.

“Ice Cell” is available on SpotifyApple MusicAmazon.

Music Videos:
Hole In The Shell – YouTube (Live Video Opening for Iron Maiden – Porto Alegre, Brazil)
Death Sleepers – YouTube
Winter Dream – YouTube  

Tracklist:

  1. Winter Dream
  2. Surrounded by Black Mirrors
  3. Dive Deep
  4. Hole In The Shell
  5. Death Sleepers
  6. Inner Fate
  7. Blank
  8. The Core
  9. Soul Gatherer
  10. Burn The Throne!
  11. Draft Of Illusions

For more info about the band, check following links:

Official Website

Facebook

Instagram

Twitter

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