Uruguayan hardcore rap music group Peyote Asesino was shaped in the middle-’80s by singer L. Mental, bassist Daniel Benia, and guitarist Juan Campodonico; these were quickly joined by vocalist/guitarist Carlos Casacuberta and drummer P.P. Canedo. After earning a local competition called Era ’95, Peyote Asesino experienced the opportunity to create its first record, made by Gabriel Casacuberta and released by Orfeo. That self-titled recording, offered live at an area club, presented a version from the Rolling Rocks’ traditional “Fulfillment (I CANNOT Obtain No).” In March 1997 the music group performed along with Argentinean Illya Kuryaki as well as the Valderramas, afterwards putting your signature on with Gustavo Santaolalla’s Surco, which documented the group’s second record. The discharge of Terraja (released in the U.S. in 1998) was accompanied by a tour around Mexico, along with Molotov and Control Machete.