At the beginning of the 2000s the boiling Santiago underground rock scene was emerging with bands such as The Ganjas, Yajaira and Guiso for naming a few, after a long time of grunge, pop and hip-hip ruling the streets, with the world saying goodbye to the brit-pop period and saluting the widely popular DJ’ing era. By that time the interest in the dark psychedelia and rock and roll remained intact in a group of people that knew what to do and what-not-to-do, and grew up with the power of a bad seed and with the energy of ravers and punks out in the streets. This echoed with othermade an echo on other rock retro acts of the 2000’s but never with the howling rage and he anxiety that was guiding the sons of the silent during the Chilean dictatorship. Tsunamis was formed in Santiago after the breaking up of the chilean shoegazers Solar and leaded by the charismatic “Goli” on the vocals, reminding us of Iggy Pop and Bobby Hecksher from The Warlocks. In some points the music burst from a clearly garage and punk influence, showing a powerful construction under mid-tones and piercing guitars, but the album also has psych rock ballads, as well as some nihilistic and blistering songs.