A rap/metallic act from Spain, Def Con Dos started taking part in covers of General public Foe and Beastie Kids while touring Madrid’s golf club scene beneath the name of Freddy Krueger y los Experts del Universo. Shortly they documented a demo known as Primer Asalto, registered to regional label Dro, and released Segundo Asalto in Feb of 1990. An excellent chance to keep the underground emerged when Def Con Dos, also called DCD, had the chance to open up for Run-D.M.C. as the American rap music group was touring Spain. Julian Hernández and J. Al Andalus created 1994’s Armas Pal Pueblo, around once guitarist Juanjo Melero, aka Mala Fe, and Juanjo Pizarro, aka Un Mercenario, became a member of in. To market that record, the music group continued tour along with Lagartija Nick. Kamarada Nikolai became DCD’s participant before documenting Alzheimer, released in Apr of 1995. Def Con Dos’ lineup transformed once more when Argentine guitarist Julián Gautxito changed Manolo Un Guanche; immediately after, they documented the main name for Alex de la Iglesia’s film Un Día de la Bestia. A season afterwards, the group began touring European countries, including live shows at France’s Printemps de Bourges and Belgium’s Dour celebrations, and released Ultramenia in Sept of 1996. The opportunity to be known in the us emerged in 1998 when DCD became a member of the Warped Tour, playing along with Poor Religious beliefs, Deftones, and Rancid, amongst others. After issuing De Poca Madre in 1998, a compilation of their ideal hits, known as Dogmatofobia, premiered in 1999.