Tag: Revolution Revolución

Bootleg: Three from the Ice House from Ill Nino!

With their legal issues resolved if you wondered what Latin Nu-Metallers Ill Nino might sound like live with Marcos Leal (Shattered Sun), Jes De Hoyos (Sons of Texas) and Salvadore Dominguez (ex-Upon a Burning Body) respectively on board then here’s something for you. From the bands set at the Brewster Street Ice House, here are

NEWS: Ill Nino return once more…

Now that the dust has settled around the legal disputes over the ownership of the Ill Nino name, it’s time for some new music. The “new” version of the group now consists of original drummer Dave Chavarri and bassist Laz Pina joined by Marcos Leal on vocals, Jes DeHoyos on lead guitar, Sal Dominguez on

Bootleg: Ill Nino in New York!

On their “Revolution Revolución” debut album tour in 2001, Latin American infused Nu-Metal act Ill Nino played Wetlands Preserve on 28th August. That run saw the band joined by Roadrunner Records label mates Chimaira and their vocalist Mark Hunter joined them on stage nightly for a cover of “Eye For An Eye” by Soulfly as well

Bootleg: Ill Nino at Wacken!

Throwing back just five years, Wacken have dropped these performances of “I Am Loco“, “God Save Us” and “How Can I Live” from US Nu-Metallers Ill Nino. Their debut “Revolution Revolución” album is still arguably their best and despite being known for the vocals of Cristian Machado, he’s now out of the group after some

Interview: Cristian Machado talks to Heavy New York!

When the legal battle between the members of Ill Nino came to and end, the statement that was released stated that a trio of members now out of the new line up including vocalist Cristian Machado, would be pursuing other projects. Well, we haven’t had to wait long to find out exactly what that means

Throwback: “What Comes Around” by Ill Niño!

Following the news that after a year long legal battle Latin American Alternative Nu-Metal act Ill Niño will continue on with just two original members in drummer Dave Chavarri (Terror Universal, Pro-Pain) and bassist Lazaro Pina, which you can read about here, we’ve decided to take a trip down memory lane to their 450k selling