Brazilian heavy metal guitarists

Posted May 30, 2011
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  1. Max Cavalera

    Max Cavalera


    Massimiliano Antonio "Max" Cavalera (born August 4, 1969) is a Brazillian singer, guitarist, and songwriter who currently plays in heavy metal bands Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy, and Killer Be Killed. In 1984, he co-founded the acclaimed heavy metal band Sepultura with his brother Igor Cavalera and played as the band's lead singer and rhythm guitarist until he left in 1996. Cavalera was also involved in a short-lived side project called Nailbomb.

  2. Andreas Kisser

    Andreas Kisser


    Andreas Rudolf Kisser (is a Brazilian guitar player, songwriter and producer. He is most known for being the guitar player for the metal band Sepultura. He has been featured on every Sepultura release since their second album, Schizophrenia. Additionally, Kisser has also been involved in other bands such as the rock supergroup Hail!, Sexoturica and, more recently, De La Tierra.

  3. Kiko Loureiro

    Kiko Loureiro


    Kiko Loureiro (born Pedro Henrique Loureiro, June 16, 1972, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) is a Brazilian heavy metal guitarist, member from heavy metal bands Angra and Megadeth.

  4. Wagner Lamounier

    Wagner Lamounier


    Wagner Moura Lamounier is a Brazilian economist and musician who achieved fame for having been a former vocalist of Brazilian heavy metal band Sepultura, and for having created and led the extreme metal band Sarcófago from 1985 until it disbanded in 2000.

  5. Paulo Schroeber

    Paulo Schroeber


    Paulo Schroeber (August 18, 1973 – March 24, 2014) was a Brazilian guitarist, most known for his work with Almah. He was a member of Astafix, Hammer 67, Burning in Hell and Fear Ritual by the time of his death.

  6. Rafael Bittencourt

    Rafael Bittencourt


    Rafael Bittencourt (born 22 October 1971) is a Brazilian guitarist, composer and co-founder of the band Angra.

  7. Eduardo Falaschi

    Eduardo Falaschi


    Eduardo "Edu" Falaschi (born May 18, 1972 in São Paulo, Brazil) is a Brazilian singer best known for his work as lead singer and songwriter with the São Paulo-based band Angra. He is also noted for his solo band Almah, which started as a side project featuring a number of guest musicians and is now his main and only band.

  8. Jairo Guedz

    Jairo Guedz


    Jairo Guedz (born as Jairo Guedz Braga November 25, 1968 in João Monlevade, Brazil) is a Brazilian guitarist and bassist. He was the lead guitar player of the heavy metal band Sepultura from 1985 to 1987 and was part of the short lived project Guerrilha alongside Igor and Max Cavalera and Sílvio SDN of Mutilator. He also played with The Mist, Overdose, Eminence. He currently plays bass in a Metallica tribute band called Metallica Cover Brazil, and guitar on The Southern Blacklist. Beside being a musician, Guedz designs miniature figures, runs an atelier and teaches miniature figure painting. He now lives in Belo Horizonte and has two sons, Igor and Érico Braga.

  9. Bill Hudson (guitarist)

    Bill Hudson (guitarist)


    Bill Hudson, born on July 13, 1983 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is a heavy metal guitarist. He moved to the United States during the year of 2005 in order to join the Nebraskan power metal band Cellador, playing on their debut album Enter Deception and remaining in their line-up until early 2008. Joining Avian a band started by Megadeth bassist David Ellefson and vocalist Lance King for one album and several live performances in 2007 and 2008 after which, Hudson did a lot of touring and recording with different bands such as UK's Power Quest, Zachary Stevens's Circle II Circle and Nightrage. Hudson has done guest guitar solos for several rock bands as well.

  10. Tiago Della Vega

    Tiago Della Vega


    Tiago della Vega March 9, 1984 is a Brazilian guitarist. Born in Caxias do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, he began learning to play the acoustic guitar at the age of five. After a year, he realized that the electric guitar was his greatest passion. He started to study electric guitar, practicing 16 hours a day.

  11. Marcelo Barbosa

    Marcelo Barbosa


    Marcelo Barbosa (born in 1975) is a Brazilian guitar player and music professor. He is a founder or participant of a few important Brazilian bands like progressive metal act Khallice and Angra's members project Almah. He also is a founder and an owner of a large musical institute in his home city Brasília called GTR, a columnist of the Cover Guitarra, Guitar Class and Guitar Player magazines and an Expo Music (Brazil) and NAMM (US) musical exhibitions participant. Endorser of Tagima guitars. Since September 2015, he is also Angra's guitarist while Kiko Loureiro is busy with Megadeth.

  12. Edu Ardanuy

    Edu Ardanuy


    Eduardo (Edu) Ardanuy (born on June 20, 1967 in São Paulo, Brazil) is a Brazilian guitarist who has worked with such bands as Dr. Sin, Anjos da Noite, Blezqi Zatzas, Supla and Eduardo Araújo. He was included in a 'Top 10 Greatest Guitar Players' ranking by the Guitar Player Magazine in 1998. He has also played with Steve Vai, being invited by him.

  13. Hugo Mariutti

    Hugo Mariutti


    Hugo Mariutti, born in São Paulo/Brazil on 18 December 1975, is the brother of Luís Mariutti, ex-bassist of the power metal bands Angra and Shaaman. Hugo Mariutti played guitar in Shaaman, with his brother, and now plays in Henceforth and Andre Matos' solo project.

  14. Bill Hudson (guitarist)

    Bill Hudson (guitarist)


    Bill Hudson is a Brazilian heavy metal guitarist. Born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, he moved to the United States in 2005 in order to join the power metal band Cellador, playing on their debut album Enter Deception and remaining in their line-up until early 2008.

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