Bilingual Latin rock band Sangre Pesada was formed in the late '90s by cousins Javier Nevarez and Pablo Flores, who were joined by singer Raúl Herrera, bassist Sergio Millan, and guitarist Carlos Nevarez. The group's main characteristic has been spreading a message to create indigenous consciousness based on the reality of Mexican natives. When drummer Sylvester Rios joined in, Javier Nevarez became the leading singer and guitarist Jeff Ritz joined the act in 1999. Sangre Pesada released a four-track record called Ce-Ollin, followed by a self-titled EP.
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