4 rock musicians embrace synthesizers searching for new sensations.
18 years and 6 albums later, Tomates Asesinos continues evolving, searching for the same outcome: an impossible-to-label singularity.
From toy keyboards going through effects pedals to combining South American folklore with elaborate electronic textures. Both live and at the studio, Tomates Asesinos generates a hypnotic and energetic atmosphere that takes the audience into an imaginary world. Like a surreal sci-fi film set in the pampa in a parallel universe.
They have released 4 studio albums: Lujuria en el Espacio (2007), Noches de Absaló (2011), Elitismo para Todos (2013) and La luz Buena (2016). They released Vivo -a live audiovisual material- in 2018. Later, in 2020, they published Plantas de Interior, a bi-weekly release produced during quarantine.
They also wrote music for several documentaries for Canal Encuentro TV channel (Luz Mediterránea, Raíz de 8, Nuestro Clásico and Muchas Manos en el Plato), and the soundtrack for “La Casa del Eco,” directo Hugo Curletto’s debut feature film.
The band is currently made up of Esteban Favaro (Synthesizers), Tomás Gazzo (Bass and synthesizer), Santiago Guerrero (Drums and synthesizer), and Luis El Halli Obeid (Electric guitar and synthesizer).