Among four bands particular for addition in 1984’s watershed S.P. Metallic compilation (the 1st assortment of Brazilian rock talent ever constructed), São Paulo’s Vírus had been created in 1981, and gradually constructed their repertoire and a moderate pursuing by playing what few night clubs got the courage to aid their misunderstood design of music at that time. Bandmembers Flávio de Barros (vocals), Fernando “Piu” Muniz (business lead acoustic guitar), Renato de Barros (tempo acoustic guitar), Carlos Cadi, Jr. (bass), and Caio de Capua (drums) had been influenced by famous brands Iron Maiden, Deep Crimson, Kiss, and Judas Priest, and most likely saw their recognition maximum in 1986, if they had been elected Brazil’s greatest metallic band from the visitors of local journal Metal. Sadly, the group’s profession began unraveling soon thereafter, when disagreements with indie label Lunário Perpétuo resulted in their debut album’s documenting sessions becoming canceled halfway through. Vírus didn’t possess a supervisor to consider their interests at that time, so when drummer de Capua up and quit, the rest of the members made a decision to shut down procedures following a last display at São Paulo’s Teatro Mambembe, in 1988. The music group later performed a one-off 1999 reunion display in the city’s famous headbanger hangout Dark Jack Pub, and, like a lot of their 1980s metallic peers, have amused the chance of much more serious re-formation programs in years since.