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Cabezones is a band formed in Santa Fe in 1994. Its current members are César Andino (vocals), Romulo Pividori (drums), Marcelo Porta (bass) and Eugenio Jauchen (guitar). His beginnings rockers were close to hardcore punk.
After having released a first independent production and having forged its own name in Santafesino rock, in 1998, the band decided to move to Buenos Aires. His new album, Wings , was produced by former Soda Stereo Zeta Bosio. This album meant a shift in his musical direction towards a heavier, darker sound. In 2002 , Wings was edited in Mexico and the band toured that country . Back in Argentina, Cabezones signed a contract with Pop Art to edit Eclipse (Sun) in 2003. At the end of that year, Leandro Aput was incorporated as a rhythmic guitarist.
In 2004, the band released an EP entitled Intraural , which contained a selection of six songs from Eclipse (Sun) played in acoustic version. In April 2005 they launched Garden of extremity , with twelve new songs that combine the sound of Wings and Eclipse (Sun) . The album was presented in Argentina through a tour that was named “Gira de limbidad”. On 18 February 2006, the band recorded their first live CD/DVD entitled Welcome before a fully filled theater in the city of Buenos Aires.
That one five-year maelstrom consolidated Cabezones as one of the leading Argentine rock bands of the moment. Taking up the idea of sound darkness, these rockers came to play a function of “being referent” for a whole youth subculture: dark movement . Of the Argentine groups with commercial events, rotating video clips on cable channels and circulation on the main radios, Cabezones were the most representative of the aforementioned aesthetics/fashion.
In 2006, a serious traffic accident left Catupecu Machu bass player Gabriel Ruiz Diaz hospitalized for several months. Cesar Andino was as a passenger in the car and suffered fractures of the two femurs, one of them with exposed fracture. After several months of rehabilitation, Cesar Andino was able to sing with Cabezones in the Sanitary Works Stadium, with sold out tickets. Near Christmas, the rockers gave their last show with the original members.
In July 2007 , Leandro Aput, Esteban Serniotti and Gustavo Martinez left the band. The singer, César Andino, began to explore the idea of a solo career, which eventually ended with the release of the next album by Cabezones.
Time later, Andino settled again in Santa Fe and rearmed Cabezones with local musicians: Eugenio Jauchen on guitar, Marcelo Porta on bass and Damián Gómez on drums.
In 2009 it marks a decade after the release of the first album of Cabezones and they celebrate it with a reissue, titled Wings 10th Anniversary , which includes all the songs from the original album, plus three live tracks and three videos.
In 2010 comes out Germinal (Wait) , composed of eight acoustic tracks.
Between the months of April and June 2012 in the city of Santa Fe arose Born , a new material , performed by César Andino and new line-up: Martín Pirola on bass, Eugenio Jauchen on guitar and Damián Gómez on drums. Born has the participation of several guest musicians.
In 2016 they launched The shipwreck of the soul with the same formation as the previous album.
Today, with more than 25 years of career , Cabezones are still among the most important rockers in the city of Santa Fe.
Publication Date: 26/05/2020
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