Heavy metal music group from Argentina V8 was shaped in the first ’80s by Ricardo Iorio, joined up with by singer Alberto Zamarbide, guitarist Osvaldo Civile, and drummer Gustavo Rowek. V8 burst in to the regional rock picture while taking part in the Buenos Aires Rock and roll Celebration in 1982, afterwards having the possibility to open up for Spanish Clubón Rojo. In 1983, the group’s debut record, known as Luchando Por Un Metal, premiered, accompanied by 1985’s El Paso Mas En La Batalla. Upon coming back from a functionality at Sao Paulo, Brazil, Civile and Rowek still left the act, getting changed by guitarist Miguel Roldán and drummer Adrián Cenci. After issuing Un Fin De Los Inicuos, V8 finally split up in 1987.