Brazil began in Muncie, IN, around 2000, using a lineup that included brothers Nic and Jonathon Newby, Aaron Smith, Benjamin Hunt, Eric Johnson, and Scott Freeman. The sextet documented some demos and started gigging whenever you can. Ultimately their persistence paid, and Brazil guaranteed a cope with Fearless, who released the Dasein EP in fall 2002. Its ambitious combination of post-hardcore freak-outs, experimental sound, and intensifying piano actions didn’t necessarily create a splash, nonetheless it do put Brazil over the touring map. By summer months 2003, drummer Adam Sefchek had changed Freeman, as well as the music group adjourned towards the studio room to record their full-length. The LP, A Hostage and this is of Life, made an appearance on Fearless in-may 2004. It had been supported by way of a short tour to get Coheed & Cambria; a around of Warped Tour performances were planned for this summer months. Brazil returned using the Philosophy of Speed in Oct 2006, their initial for Immortal.