METAL VRAU releases new video by the thrashers of Sacrifix!

Following the tradition of always supporting and promoting the rich brazilian Metal scene, Rafael Pacheco, creator and musician behind METAL VRAU, not only produced, but also released on his Youtube channel a new version for the “Let Him Die” video by the Brazilian Old School Thrashers from SACRIFIX, a band that is growing a lot – mainly in Europe – for rescuing the classic and impactful vibe of the 80’s Thrash Metal with a lot of energy, technique and aggressive sound.

“Let Him Die” is a song taken from “World Decay 19”SACRIFIX‘s debut album, released in April 2021 by Thrash Or Die Records and Rapture Records, in CD format and on all digital platforms.

Watch Sacrifix video for “Let Him Die” here:

Sacrifix is formed by:

Frank Gasparotto – Vocals/Guitars (@f_gasparotto)
Kexo – Bass (@bring_diamonds_and_rust)
Gustavo Piza – Drums (@gustavo_piza)

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Each musician captured their own sound and footage.
Produced, Mixed, Mastered and Edited by Rafael Pacheco.

All rights to the songs belong to the brand SACRIFIX, as well as all their legal/cultural representatives.

“I’ve already worked with Sacrifix guys on a collab for Slayer’s “The Antichrist” last year and they really kicks ass! Without a doubt, they are one of the few Brazilian bands that capture perfectly the raw and old school vibe of 1980’s Thrash Metal easily. It is noticed that Frank Gasparotto (vocals/guitars) and the other guys are very influenced by classic bands like Slayer, Kreator, Testament, Exodus, Megadeth etc. No frills or inventions, the guys rock!” Rafael Pacheco

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More Information:

METAL VRAU channel on YouTube based in Sao PauloBrazil, founded in May 2018 by musicians, guitarists and longtime friends, Rafael Pacheco and Sandro “Murdok”, in order to enhance the style they love so much, Heavy Metal in all its aspects and subgenres, devoid of prejudice and with good doses of humor. The purpose of the channel is to present not only collaborative videos with great musicians from the Brazilian metal scene and pay homage to national and worldwide giants of Rock/Metal, but also ‘playthroughs’ of self made material from the duo and other bands, interviews with important personalities within the style, special participations, reviews and personal opinions about instruments, all very well produced and maintining respect and extremely good taste. Unfortunately, after three years on the channel, Sandro “Murdok” had to leave amicably to dedicate himself to other personal and professional projects, but Rafael Pacheco will continue with his firm and strong legacy!

Rafael Pacheco, born in Sao Paulo, 33 years old, systems develpoer and analyst, has been playing the both electric and acoustic guitars since he was 14 years old and has had lessons with six-string masters such as Orival Castelo (acoustic guitar) and Homero Bittencourt (electric guitar). He has been part of many cover bands playing Testament, Iced Earth, Judas Priest and Queensrÿche and also with original bands such as InSoulitary (Death Metal) and Aventh (Melodic Death Metal). Currently, he plays in the cover bands Sons Of Judas (Judas Priest), Empire (Queensrÿche) and Untrusted who are still in their embryonic phase. His guitar influences are big names like Mark Morton, Yngwie Malmsteen, Nuno Bettencourt, Richie Kotzen, Reb Beach, Doug Aldrich, Jon Petrucci, Jason Becker, Marty Friedman, Kiko Loureiro, Edu Ardanuy, Jeff Loomis, Keith Merrow, Ola Englund, among others.


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