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Cristal y Acero

Country of origin:
Mexico
Location:
Mexico City
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1981
Genre:
Heavy Metal, Hard Rock, Power Metal
Lyrical themes:
N/A
Current label:
SMS Producciones
Years active:
1981-present
This band was responsible for the music of a really successful rock musical in Mexico known as "Kuman", a Tarzan-like story.
Two of its members were the sons of a very famous guy in the '50's and '60's rock and roll movement in Mexico.
Current
Mauricio Cuevas Bass
Samuel Shapiro Drums
Rashid Rahal Guitars
See also: Halach, ex-The Legion of Hetheria
Pefy Castillo Guitars
See also: ex-Camelot
Manuel Ruiz Keyboards, Vocals
Mike de la Rosa Vocals
See also: Luzbel
Milton Diaz Vocals, Violin
Past
Israel Diaz Bass
Rafael González Bass
Rubén Fuentes Bass
Carlos Ortega Bass
Armando Azcona Guitars
Héctor Jiménez Guitars
See also: ex-Steel Hawk
Luis Zepeda Guitars
Eduardo Carrion Jr. Guitars
See also: Periadam
Icar Smith Guitars, Vocals
Francisco Palomo Keyboards
See also: HolyHell, Joe Stump, ex-Manowar (live)
Héctor Carrión Vocals
Hugo Wolf Vocals
Past (Live)
Pefy Castillo Guitars (2005-2006)
See also: ex-Camelot
Mauricio Cuevas Bass
Samuel Shapiro Drums
Rashid Rahal Guitars
See also: Halach, ex-The Legion of Hetheria
Pefy Castillo Guitars
See also: ex-Camelot
Manuel Ruiz Keyboards, Vocals
Mike de la Rosa Vocals
See also: Luzbel
Milton Diaz Vocals, Violin
Israel Diaz Bass
Rafael González Bass
Rubén Fuentes Bass
Carlos Ortega Bass
Armando Azcona Guitars
Héctor Jiménez Guitars
See also: ex-Steel Hawk
Luis Zepeda Guitars
Eduardo Carrion Jr. Guitars
See also: Periadam
Icar Smith Guitars, Vocals
Francisco Palomo Keyboards
See also: HolyHell, Joe Stump, ex-Manowar (live)
Héctor Carrión Vocals
Hugo Wolf Vocals
Past
Pefy Castillo Guitars (2005-2006)
See also: ex-Camelot
Added by: SPAWNINFERNAL Modified by: Krister Jensen
Added on: 2003-07-01 14:55:20 Last modified on: 2016-09-09 10:47:14