Chicago-based hardcore-punk group Los Crudos burst into the rock scene in the early '90s, playing at the Latin neighborhood of Pilsen.
Led by Uruguayan singer Martín Sorrondeguy, this four-piece act started as a project to address social issues commonly related to the Latin community, specially young people. To release their records, Los Crudos created their own label, called Lengua Armada, issuing a few singles and the albums Canciones Para Liberar Nuestras Fronteras and 1991-1995 Los Primeros Gritos. The band broke up after six years of performing in South, Central, and North America. ~ Drago Bonacich, Rovi