Symbols is a Brazilian heavy metal band from São Paulo, São Paulo State. This group involved Edu Falaschi, singer of Angra and Almah.
The band, from São Paulo, was formed in 1997 by different musicians from the Brazilian underground scene. Rodrigo Arjonas (guitar) invites Marcello Panzardi (keyboards) to join him in his former band, which had a style close to Symbols. With time, Rodrigo and Marcello felt the need to find a singer more up to their ambitions. That's how they called Tito Falaschi to take the place of singer and bassist.
The band then experienced a phase of line-up changes, which resulted in the arrival of Demian Tiguez (guitar) and Rodrigo Mello (drums). With this new band, the band decided to record their first album. Tito Falaschi then invited his brother, Edu Falaschi, to participate, as second singer, on one of the titles of the disc. Thanks to his performance, Edu Falaschi finally integrates Symbols, which now has two singers. It is this band that records the group's first self-titled album, released in 1998.
In 2000, with its first test, Symbols recorded and published a second album, Call to the End, which differs from the previous one by more musical maturity and professionalism. The album will be well received both in Brazil and internationally. But Edu Falaschi receives an invitation from Angra to replace singer Andre Matos. This one accepts and Symbols loses its singer>. Shortly after Tito Falaschi and Rodrigo Arjonas leave the group. On August 16, 2003, the group plays Volkana Bar>.