Mexican Latin rock-band Un Gran Silencio started performing in the first ’90s beneath the name of Zona de Silencio, shaped by friends from an area senior high school, led by singer Cano Hernández. The music group recorded its 1st demo called Un Calor del Fuego, accompanied by 1993’s Reino de las Sombras. They produced their live debut in July that same yr after guitarist Tony Hernández became a member of in. In 1994, musician Julian Villarreal became the band’s bassist. A yr later, Un Gran Silencio arrived in 1st place at Monterey’s Rock and roll Contest having a music known as “Payasos.” After drummer Ezequiel Alvarado became a member of the action, an EP known as Dofos was released. In 1997, the group registered to EMI and transferred to NY in November to create their first record. Libres con Locos, made by Andrés Levin, premiered in July of 1998. Chuntaros Radio Poder implemented three years afterwards.