Rosa de Saron is a Brazilian rock band with Christian themes formed within the Catholic Charismatic Renewal movement in 1988, in the city of Campinas, known for being one of the forerunners of Christian metal in Brazil. Currently it is formed by Bruno Faglioni, Eduardo Faro, Rogério Feltrin and Wellington Greve. In a short time Rosa de Saron began to compose his own songs and to participate in festivals, always guaranteeing the first placements, taking the band to be known in the musical scene of Campinas and then to record his first album: Diante da Cruz. The second album, Angústia Suprema, arouses interest outside the religious milieu and is highly praised by specialized magazines. In 1999, the band recorded Olhando de Frente. In 2002, after the exchange of vocalist, due to the former vocalist claim not to be able to reconcile his other project with the band, Rosa de Saron launches Depois do Inverno, which shows the whole phase of renewal that the band was passing, already with Guilherme de Sá assuming the vocals, after having recorded a tape with his test. The record enshrines the band in the music scene.
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