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By the end of the year 2000, the guitarist Karim Serri and the vocalist
Debora Serri came up with the dream of a band which would sound just like the music style they were so passionate about. The project slowly began to take shape and the other members joined them along the year 2001. The first one was Eliezer (drummer) by the end of May 2001, and then the band factually started rehearsing. This line-up remained for about three months; some songs came out and gained arrangements. The band had already decided to record a demo even before Ricardo was recruited on bass in September 2001, for they wondered what their music would sound like in a studio. They barely had a week so that the new member could catch up with the songs before the recording. Both the backwash of the demo and the concerts had been great, which can be checked out on the band’s website at the review section. So much so that the band was invited to have gigs in the city of Curitiba, in other cities in the state of Paraná, in São Paulo, and cities in the state of Santa Catarina. In May 2002, as the band was working on the composition of “The Second Floor”, the need to insert more keyboard elements emerged, and thus the selection process for a new member began. The band got in touch with Rafael Friesen (ex-Vulgata), and a few weeks later, they started their rehearsing and compositions of the songs which would be on the album. Between June and July 2002, the band was invited by Megahard Records to be joining their band list, and as soon as deals were made, they went into studio to record their debut album.

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