The bilingual LA band Monte Negro plays a straight mixture of alternative rock and rock en español. The music group began coming collectively when Mexican-American brothers Kinski Gallo (vocals) and Rodax (bass) created the punk music group Anima, that your L.A. press dubbed “the Latino Reddish Warm Chili Peppers.” Following the music group split up, Kinski and Rodax discovered guitarist Jason Li Shing and drummer Xavier Lopez and created a new music group, Madrepore, in 2003. As the music group developed, the brothers’ Mexican history began playing a larger role, therefore a name switch was to be able to tag this new audio. They truly became Monte Negro and released some EPs, including Amor Finito, including “Provide Me Like (No Llores),” a tune L.A. alt-rock radio place KROQ put into their playlist. In the summertime of 2007 they released their debut record, Cicatrix, in the Adrenaline label. In early 2008 it had been announced that the music group had been agreed upon to the main label Epic. An electronic EP entitled Who Told You shortly implemented while their full-length Epic debut was guaranteed for that springtime.