This thrash metal band hailed from Brazil in the region of Belford Roxo, just outside of Rio de Janeiro. They were active in the mid-90s, playing a form of thrash that was occasionally influenced by related styles like death metal, groove metal, and metalcore. They broke up in the late 90s and then re-formed in 2001, and have been active on and off.
This video was posted in 2017, but I’m not aware of an accompanying album to go with it. Nonetheless, the band has had at least one full-length and one EP, both on the Brazilian indie label Força Eterna Records.
While the band name may sound unusual to English speakers, it’s the result of a translation from the Portuguese into English, and is essentially a reference to the Holy Spirit (in New Testament Greek, the same word can be used for “holy” or “saint”).