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Created in Costa Rica, Mandrágora burst onto the Central American rock and roll scene in 1995 with an unbiased record entitled Mar de Sangre, offering “Reina Nocturna” and “Traficantes.” The group quickly won an area contest and produced their first recording, known as Aroma de Muerte. The recording was officially released following a live show on January 25, 1997. After taking part in different celebrations, playing alongside Arsenal, hardcore metallic A.N.We.M.A.L., and Mexican Coda, among additional Latin rock rings, Mandrágora came back in 2001 with Viscion.

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