Latin rock-band Maria Fatal became among Los Angeles’ rock and roll en español picture pioneers in the first ’90s. Shaped by brothers Gabriel, Ernesto, and Fernando Memoryírez, became a member of by keyboardist César Hernández, the group began playing in Mexico City’s membership circuit before shifting towards the U.S., debuting using a self-titled record released by San Francisco-based Aztlán Information in 1994. That same season, Maria Fatal participated in Austin’s South by THE WEST Music Workshop, while their tune “Portate Mal,” was climbing on Latin graphs. In 1996, Jim Mankey and Johnette Napolitano created Pasiones, Torturas con Otros. A season afterwards Maria Fatal became a member of a compilation known as Aztlán Alternativo, offering “Silicon,” “Antes,” “Por Ella,” and “Todas las Aves,” within the Cure’s “10:15 Sunday Night time,” on Tributo a the Remedy, released from the Latin department of WEA, quickly, founding its label, MoFo Information, and issuing Dermis in 2001.