With this line-up they played during 1995 and 1996. In 1997 they recorded their second album, "Images of Despair ". Before finishing the recording, the bassist left due to musical differences. Felipe Castro, old friend of Pablo and Sebastián, took his place and finished the recording. The music of this LP is faster than any previous material, but some progressive elements are present, due to Pablo´s growing interest in Jazz-fusion at that time. In band's eyes, some of the songs in that album required a different type of voice as a complement to Sebastián's low growls, so although IOD was almost finished in early 1998, it wasn't released because they spent several months proving vocalists without success. In December of '98 the promo single "Empty Creature " was released, featuring Pablo's first attempt on vocal duties.
The full length would come out in September of the following year with Pablo as a definitive singer, making of Coprofago a 2-frontmen band. The response to IOD from the Metal press & media was excellent. It got good critiques in lots of magazines as well as online Metal sites; Empty Creature was included in Grinder magazine's Compilation, and the whole album had some airplay in local Metal radios even one year after its debut. Soon after IOD's release, Felipe left the band, entering Rodrigo Castro in his replacement. Rodrigo is a fretless player, something uncommon in Metal music, so his inclusion in the band reinforced the singularity of Coprofago's sound. On December 2000 Genesis is released, a conceptual album about the creation of delimited objects from a single point.
Brutallity is still here, and jazzy landscapes stands out. Right now, the band is promoting this new record and writing new songs. Current Line-Up: Pablo Álvarez - Guitar, Vocal & Keyboard Sebastián Vergara - Guitar, Vocal & Keyboard Rodrigo Castro - Fretless Bass Felipe Castro - Bass Marcelo Ruiz - Drums Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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