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Dávila 666

Dávila 666Powered by Audioscrobbler™Dávila 666 is a mutant band composed from the remains of many other boricua underground bands. They formed in the summer of 2005, when Sir Charles became tired of the projects he was involved in and wanted to play something simple and crude. AJ (bass and vocals) teamed up to create a spontaneous sound without fuss. They were later joined by other virtuosos of music and decided to follow the path of their idols: Iggy, Otis, Dolls, Spector, Dead Boys and write about things about things like the ghetto, love, sex, drugs, fucking and even wolves and alleys (obviously!).

After two years in the making of writing and performing prolifically in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and elsewhere around the island, they decided to organize a tour of the western U.S. Slowly but surely they are gaining fans in all the bars that they play.
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