Formerly referred to as Mach 4, Argentinean group Vox Dei started playing simply by the end from the 1960s. After registering to impartial label Mandioca, the music group released “Azucar Amarga” and “Presente” in 1969; a 12 months later, they released the recording Caliente. Vox Dei’s conceptual recording La Biblia, released in 1971, consolidated the music group among the main local rock figures. When Juan Carlos Godoy made a decision to keep the take action, Ignacio Smilari became a member of in. Immediately after Jeremias, Pies De Plomo arrived, Vox Dei participated inside a film called Rock and roll Hasta Que Se Ponga Un Sol. In 1974, guitarist Carlos Michelini changed Ricardo Spirité. The group disbanded following a live show at Buenos Aires’ Obras Sanitarias in 1981, coming back in 1988 to produce a new record known as Tengo Razones Em virtude de Seguir.