Imagine your self in a labyrinth of sound, escaping from reality with abstract waves and then waking up to reality with the thunder of their rock sound. This is the sonic experience you get from this rock quartet. This visionary rock group was formed in New York City in the spring of 1998. Sonido Secreto's founding members are Pozo, Gaia and Oveck. Pozo (Guitars/keyboards) is a painter that shifted his interest to guitar playing. Gaia (Drum/Percussions) started his musical career by playing drums for several local acts. Oveck (Lead Vocals/Guitar) was a childhood friend of Pozo and Gaia, he joined the band after the three of them came across at a rock concert in New York City. After the departure of three different bass players, Sol (Bass/Vocals), who happened to be a close friend and fan of the band was called upon the fill the void. In the early days, Sonido Secreto was categorized as a blend of Grunge and Psychedelic rock with subliminal sound effects and samples. As the band went through several members loss, their sound evolved into a more progressive approach by turning into blues and art rock. In the early days, Sonido Secreto was categorized as a blend of Grunge and Psychedelic rock with subliminal sound effects and samples. As the band went through several line up changes, their sound evolved into a more progressive rock approach by turning more into classic rock, hard rock and blues. Sonido Secreto released their first album (Eternal Jam) in April 2005. Eternal Jam is a psychedelic rock/blues trip of four songs clocking 50 minutes in total. The long awaited first full length album "Voodoo Sonico" is due out in the summer of 2007. Voodoo Sonico would satisfy any rock fan with it's mixture of blues, hard rock, psychedelic rock, grunge rock and pop rock. This production would also be Sonido Secreto's first bilingual album (English/Spanish) and the first release under the record label RBP Records. Live performances are highlighted by the use of abstract visuals which are conceived by the band. Sonido Secreto has performed at several of New York's and other U.S. cities key venues, clubs such as CBGB's 313, CBGB's, BMI's New York Latin Alternative showcase at SOB'S, CONGRESS THEATER (Chicago) with La Barranca from Mexico, RITZ THEATER (New Jersey) with Los Ilegales of Spain, ARLENES GROCERY, D-ANTIGUA, THE BITTER END, DOWNTIME, WEBSTER HALL with Rata Blanca from Argentina and THE VILLAGE UNDERGROUND.