Brazilian Metal Band ‘Scelerata’ Changed Its Name to ‘Rage In My Eyes’


Rage In My Eyes is a heavy metal band from Brazil that introduces to the world a unique kind of music. Being from southern Brazil, the band shows a side of the country most people don’t know about. Blending heavy/prog metal with elements of milonga – which is a music genre from southern Brazil, Uruguai and Argentina – the band presents a never-heard metal before.”

The band’s first album was recorded in 2017 and 2018, partially in Los Angeles and partially in their native Porto Alegre, Brazil. For 16 years the band went under the name Scelerata, that had a huge history in the Brazilian heavy metal scenario. The band had three albums released worldwide, including the internationally 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).

“The Sniper” has been released on November 6, 2012 via Nightmare Records.

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.

Rage In My Eyes teamed up with the some of the best professionals in the heavy metal business and will deliver a head turning debut album.

Rage In My Eyes is:
Jonathas Pozo (V)
Magnus Wichmann (G)
Leo Nunes (G)
Pedro Fauth (B)
Francis Cassol (D)

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