Sôber was among Spain’s most popular rock and roll bands through the early 2000s. Shaped in Madrid, the music group originally known as itself Sober Stoned, a name that paid tribute towards the music artists’ alcohol-free way of life. After liberating a debut recording, Torcidos, in 1997, the group shortened its name to Sôber and authorized with Zero Information. Morfología adopted in 1999, nonetheless it wasn’t before band’s third recording, Synthesis, that Sôber started attracting a broad target audience in Spain. Paradÿsso adopted in 2002, offering a lot more than 100,000 copies because of a intensifying, guitar-driven, hard rock and roll sound that gained evaluations to American organizations like Device. Sôber released yet another recording, Reddo, before going for a lengthy hiatus in 2005. All users pursued their personal projects through the break, although one particular side tasks — Savia, a rock-band that presented Sôber bandmates Carlos Escobedo and drummer Alberto Madrid — was cut brief after Madrid’s fatal motor vehicle accident in 2006. Four years later on, the music group re-formed with a fresh drummer, Manu Reyes, and started working on a fresh album. Superbia premiered in 2011, carrying out a extended tour of Spain, SOUTH USA, and Central America.