Jesus Antunez Edit Profile
He left it because he needed to work. At 17 years old, he started playing drums, having influences as Dave Grohl, Matt Cameron and Dave Abbruzzese. He moved to Madrid in 1992 where, by an advert published in a newspaper by Cristina Llanos, he joined the music group.
He organized his time working and playing for the group, until one day he met Julio Ruiz, director of the radio program Disco Grande from Radio 3, whom he asked a favor to play a demo of the group. Julio set it up and he liked it a lot. Shortly after, released their first album "Sister", although international musical success would lead with their next album, "Devil Came to Me" (he designed the cover, as it was a graphic designer), which made the group live from music and make tours around different countries.
After a few albums more, in 2006, "Follow the city lights" was released, turning its music genre to electronics. A few years later, the album "I Ka Kené" was published and had a strong influence of African sounds. Jesús was commissioned to produce and mix multiple tracks of these albums.
In February 2015, they released a new album, "Complications", with which they returned to their origins of rock. Jesús is characterized by very cheerful and funny, having starred in several stories, like doing a couple of concerts totally naked. He has worked in Los Angeles with producers and mixers known as Barrett Jones, Rick Will and Chris Lord-Alge.
DrumKillers In 2011 he formed, together with Héctor Polo (drummer of the Spanish rock band Pignoise), the group "DrumKillers". Jesús left the band on February 2014 because of personal reasons. The musician James Vaquero replaced him.