Alex González (Maná), Andreas Kisser (Sepultura), Sr. Flavio (Los Fabulosos Cadillacs), Andrés Giménez (Dmente, ex A.N.I.M.A.L), got together to give birth to a project that started to be conceived over 8 years ago between Andrés Giménez and Alex González. The friendship between these two musicians led to the first meetings, but it wasn't until 2012 in Buenos Aires that the group's makeup would be defined with the arrival of two additional friends they had in common, first Sr. Flavio and a while later Andreas Kisser. This would kick off this new story called De La Tierra. It was actually Andreas Kisser who in connecting the origins of one continent proposed De La Tierra as the group's name.
It is Latin America itself that gives them their identity. They are here to stay and to keep making their way based on respect, honesty and the musical brotherhood that embraces them, all of these elements being fundamental parts of the internal structure that is inherent to these 4 musicians.
Just by the introduction of the 4 band members, one can imagine the outcome, generating curiosity and lots of anticipation. Audiences will come up with their own definition of what for the time being can be described as powerful Latin metal created by four excellent musicians who feature a long, renowned and impeccable career.
The album was recorded and mixed by Stanley Soares in Sao Paulo, Guadalajara, Buenos Aires and Los Angeles. It was produced by DLT and mastered by Tom Baker. A debut CD with 11 tracks that will blow your mind. The record will be released in November by Warner Music.