Starting its operations in 1991 with loads of gigs and released a few demos, the band formed by members who had already been on the scene of the late ’80s. The band released its first record on CD in 1996 with the compilation “Electrical Tribes Vol II”, which featured all exponents bands of São Paulo’s scenario.

Due to this release PANZER started playing more intensely in the capital’s underground circuit, doing all the bars and festivals possible. In 1998, they launched the album “Inside”, which received excellent reviews from the specialized media.

With “Inside” in hands and with a crowded release gig at the now defunct and traditional Black Jack bar, PANZER takes over a battery of shows, followed by articles in specialized magazines in Brazil and abroad, as well as interviews on FM radios of São Paulo.

Between late 1999 and 2000 the band worked in the composition and production of the second album “The Strongest”, which was released in 2001 and was the turning point in the band’s career, taking the name PANZER to be featured in all the national media, receiving of Roadie Crew magazine the title of “Thrash Machine”, the album also yielded a mini tour in Brazilian Northeast, and dozens of shows in thecapital and countryside of São Paulo. In addition to the national prominence, the material was also well received around the world, having been distributed in Latin America through Century Media and Japan by Arco-Íris Records, highly acclaimed by the media and public.

Already in late 2002 released the music video for the song “Fake Game of Heroes”, with production of Claudio Tiberius. But unfortunately, some days after performing a concert in Santo André where the headliner was PANZER, the band breaks up by internal problems.

After a hiatus of 10 years, PANZER returns in 2012 with websingle “Rising”, which also received a music video produced by Metal Works and also an EP for download, “Brazilian Threat”. With these releases, the band returns to the activities with their come back being acclaimed by the specialized media and old fans, earning praises such as “the band returning with full power to the scenario” (Metal Maniacs), “The heavier thrash division of the country” (Metal Samsara 10/10), “Honor all the support associated with its name” (Hellyeah! 10/10), “One of the most powerful releases this year” (Whiplash!), “triumphant return of one of the best thrash metal bands in the country” (Road to Metal).