Origin: Brazil
Genres: Thrash Metal
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Panzer  


Panzer was a latecomer to the Brazilian thrash metal scene, releasing two albums in 1999 and 2001, with their sophomore album The Strongest displaying elements of both traditional 80's thrash and a more modern, hardcore-tinged post-thrash sound. Vocalist Elcio Cruz showed a fair bit of versatility in his singing, ranging from a hardcore shout to an occasional low roar similar to Testament's Chuck Billy to an occasional clean style as well. The overall style of Panzer wasn't too far removed from fellow Brazilians Overdose, both using thrash as a base without sounding generic. This was a pretty good band who could appeal to quite a number of thrash and post-thrash fans.

Current Members

Elcio Cruz

vocals

André Pars

guitars

Mauricio Cliff

bass

Edson Graceffo

drums

Former Members/Guests

Jan Leonardi

bass


Discography



Inside 
1999 Destroyer
  1. Limitations
  2. Rejected
  3. N.S.A
  4. Breaking
  5. Despair
  6. Detroit Rock City
  7. Clowns of Dust
  8. Enough!
  9. Pressure
  10. Ethinic Guetto
  11. Despair II
  12. Night Crawler
  • Elcio Cruz
  • André Pars
  • Jan Leonardi
  • Edson Graceffo




The Strongest 
2001 Spiral Force
  1. Fake Game of Heroes
  2. Red Days
  3. Affliction
  4. Show Me !
  5. Box
  6. Speedy
  7. My Night
  8. Your Blood
  9. The Strongest
  10. Fear of God
  11. House of Decadence
  • Elcio Cruz
  • André Pars
  • Edson Graceffo


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