Argentinean alternative music group Los Brujos got mixed up in local picture in 1988. Merging ’60s beat noises and ’80s hardcore-metal, Los Brujos was described as an experimental group. Furthermore, their theatrical shows, where musicians produced a particular atmosphere around them, produced Los Brujos an extremely special rock take action. Daniel Melero created their first recording, known as Fin De Semana Salvaje, in 1992; quickly, their track “Kanishka” strike the graphs. In 1993, San Cipriano premiered, accompanied by 1995’s Guerra De Nervios, which experienced efforts by Gustavo Cerati and Juana La Loca’s dummer Aitor Graña. The music group announced its separation in 1998.