Paruguayan punk/rock threesome Enemigos de la Klase started using in the first ’90s beneath the name of Los Birramaníacos. Led by Christian Pérez, the group’s primary lineup was Juan Armano on electric guitar, Sargus Pérez on bass, and Felipe Fernández on vocals. Enemigos de la Klase produced its live debut at a little local place in 1992. After documenting their first demonstration, Felipe Fernández made a decision to keep. By enough time Christian Pérez became the band’s leading vocalist, drummer Roberto Bernal became a member of in and guitarist Carlos Acuña changed Juan Armano. In 1994, Enemigos de la Klase documented República o Muerte, released by unbiased label ENSA and learned for digital audio four years afterwards. In 1996, drummer Marcelo González and bassist Eduardo Anderlique became the band’s brand-new members.