After over ten years of activity, Sôber, among Spain’s premier very difficult rock bands from the 1990s, splintered into two separate bands, among that was Skizoo, formed by guitarists Jorge Escobedo and Antonio Bernardini. The ex-Sôber guitarists had been became a member of in Skizoo by vocalist Morti, bassist Daniel Criado, and drummer Dani Pérez. Authorized to EMI, the music group released its debut recording, Skizoo, in-may 2005 — 90 days after Savia, the additional band created by ex-Sôber users (vocalist Carlos Escobedo [i.e., the sibling of Jorge] and drummer Alberto Madrid), released a debut of their personal, Insensible. Skizoo spawned a trio of singles (“Arriésgate,” “Renuncia al Sol,” “Habrá Que Olvidar”) and was consequently reissued by EMI in 2006 having a few reward songs. In 2007 Skizoo released their second recording, Incerteza, which presented bassist Edu Fernandez, who experienced changed Daniel Criado in 2005. Led from the solitary “Dame Aire,” Incerteza demonstrated well-liked by Spanish hard rock and roll fans.