In 2000 he founded his first band, which recorded a home-made demo containing 4 songs, all written by him. The band was dissolved 2 years later, when he moved away from his hometown to study. In 2005 he joined the band Alpha Six as bassist, also becoming the band’s lyricist. Alpha Six enjoyed local success playing in many cities of the state of Santa Catarina. In their concerts, he often performed some songs and solos with an unusual instrument - a fretless one-string electric bass guitar made of a broom, which he named “Bassoura”, a portmanteau of the words “bass” and “vassoura” (Portuguese for broom). In 2008 he left the band, which disbanded shortly after, to conclude his master's degree in mathematics.
After experiencing frustration with many bands and being away from music for a long period, he decided to direct his efforts to his own project, contacting former Angra singer Edu Falaschi to produce one of his albums, which will be called “Chaos Lit a Soul”. In 2015, he also decided to sing some of his songs live and invited his longtime friends Rafael Azevedo (guitar) and Daniel Schlemper (keyboards) to perform a gig. In 2016, the band found its current stable formation when Gil Lima (drums), Thiago Moser (bass) and André Freitas (guitar) joined the project.
His music is the translation of his soul to the physical plane, the affirmation of his identity and the mirror of his personality, aiming solely at his personal artistic expression and not worrying about commercial success or critical acclaim. Though rooted in progressive and power metal, his songs have heterogeneous nature, ranging from simple and catchy melodies to atonality generated by mathematical algorithms, covering inumerous subgenres of metal and rock.