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Jairo Guedz

Jairo Guedz

Real/full name:
Jairo Guedz Braga
Age:
45 (born Nov 25th, 1968)
Place of origin:
Brazil (João Monlevade, Minas Gerais)
Gender:
Male

Trivia

Guedez remains good friends with Sepultura to this day and often joins them at soccer matches.

He joined Cavalera Conspiracy on stage on November 16, 2012 at Music Hall in Belo Horizonte, Brazil to perform Sepultura's "Troops of Doom".

Also joined Hell's Punch on September 1, 2013 at Music Hall, Belo Horizonte, Brazil to play bass on Metallica's "For Whom the Bell Tolls".

Metallica Cover Brazil

Bass

Eminence

Bass (1999-2006)

1999 Chaotic System Bass
2003 Humanology Bass

Guerrilha

As Jairo "Tormentor":
Guitars

1986 Guerrilha (Demo) Guitars
1986 Live at Festival da Morte (Demo) Guitars

Overdose

Guitars (2002-2007)

Sepultura

As Jairo Tormentor:
Guitars (lead) (1985-1987)

1985 Bestial Devastation / Século XX (Split) Guitars (lead) (as "Jairo "Tormentor"")
1986 Morbid Visions Guitars (lead) (as "Jairo T.")
1990 Bestial Devastation (EP) Guitars (lead)
1990 The Lost Tapes of Cogumelo (Split) Guitars (lead)

The Mist

Guitars (1989-1996)

1991 The Hangman Tree Guitars, Guitars (Acoustic)
1993 Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust (EP) Guitars
1995 Gottverlassen Guitars

Sepultura

2005 Live in São Paulo (Live album) Guitars (on "Troops of Doom" and "Necromancer")
2005 Live in São Paulo (Video) Guitars (on "Troops of Doom" and "Necromancer")

Eminence

2003 Humanology Cover concept
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