MX (band)

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MX
Origin São Paulo, Brazil
Genres Thrash metal, groove metal
Years active 1983-1991
1997-2000
2005-present
Labels Marquee Records
Members Alexandre Prado Favoretto "Morto"
Alexandre da Cunha
Décio Frignani
Alexandre Gonsalves "Dumbo"
Past members Beraldo
Chico Comelli
Eduardo
Yuri Konopinsk
Alexandre G.
C.M.

MX is a Brazilian thrash metal band, formed in the early 1980s in São Paulo. Its name comes from the American ICBM MX missile. Mx was one of the most important bands from the Brazilian thrash metal scene during the late 1980s. The band's sound is closer to the Bay Area thrash scene than the Brazilian scene, although many of the vocals were death metal grunts. However, some of its later work was fitting as post thrash.

MZ was the opening act in Brazil for Testament in 1989 and Exodus in 1997.

The band released two studio albums during its heyday, Simoniacal in 1988 and Mental Slavery in 1990, on the defunct label Fucker.

Shortly after the release of Mental Slavery, the band split up, but reformed in 1997, releasing the EP Again in that year and the album Last File in 1999. The band split up again shortly after.

The band reformed for a second time in 2005, planning to tour and to release a new studio album. The first two albums have been re-released under the Marquee Records label.

Band members[edit]

Current line up[edit]

Alexandre Prado Favoretto "Morto" - vocals, guitars
Décio Frignani - guitars
Alexandre da Cunha - drums, vocals
Alexandre Gonsalves "Dumbo" - bass guitar

Former band members[edit]

Beraldo - vocals
Chico Comelli - bass guitar
Eduardo - bass guitar
Yuri Konopinsk - bass guitar
Alexandre G. - bass guitar
C.M. - guitars

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

EPs[edit]

Other appearances and releases[edit]

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