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NervoChaos's maiden Asia Tour


Brazilian Death Metal Band NervoChaos during a photo call at Kamakhya Temple, Guwahati. The Band was on its first Asia tour as a part of its global promotional gig shedule and performed for the first time at a city pub recently. Seen in this photograph are Guiller Cruz - Vocal & Guitar, Luiz Henrique Parisi (Quinho) - Guitar, Felipe Freitas- Bass and Edu Lane – Drums. According to a web report NervoChaos gained cult status in the extreme music scene due to their hard work over the past years, offering a sonic extravaganza in a unique way. Their demo-tapes have become collectors items in the underground, supporting their regular releases. Formed in the Spring of 1996 in São Paulo, Brazil NervoChaos shared stages with a number of popular international bands. The current NervoChaos tour has 3 events in the next 27 days, ending in Pará Brazil on Saturday November 12th.


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Writes, edits and researches. In 2013 he was conferred the Rotary International District 3240 Young Achiever Award for his work in the area of environment and digital journalism. In 2006 he was awarded first in the category of Wildlife Photography by the Department of Environment & Forests and Tourism, Government of Assam.

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