69 ENFERMOS, currently residing in Porto Alegre, Brazil, was founded in 1995 in Colombia and the band has been working their asses off since. As a result 69 Enfermos can be considered one of the biggest or maybe the biggest punk rock band from South America. It’s no secret that the band’s sound draws influence from the Fat and Epitaph bands from that era, perhaps most prominently the No Use For A Name albums from back then.
Since the band’s inception in 1995 til 2014 the band mainly wrote songs in Spanish, making them one of the most popular bands in their own continent, but gaining them little renown outside. In 2015 69 Enfermos decided to cross the continental borders by releasing “Beyond Borders”, the band’s first full-length album sung entirely in English.
69 Enfermos initially released their new album only on digital platforms, but the positive feedback was so overwhelming that the band simply had to release this amazing record on CD. Well, that’s where Morning Wood Records hops the bus. The band is currently working on their new album “A Place To Call Home”, which will be released in early 2017.
2002 – Una Vida Menos Ordinaria
2006 – Derechos No Privilegios
2012 – Esto Es Punk Rock!
2014 – La Perspectiva es Relativa
2015 – Beyond Borders (Morning Wood Records)
2016 – A Place To Call Home (Morning Wood Records)
Dalin Focazzio – Vocals & guitar
Wagner Donat– Bass
Giovanni Mansueto– Drums