Netflix A documentary on Héroes del Silencio directed by Alexis Morante and entitled “Héroes: Silencio y Rock & Roll” will premiere on April 23rd, the platform and former members of the Spanish band have announced through social networks.
The streaming platform has included it in a 9-minute promotional video in which it advances its premieres for the month of April, and it has been disclosed by Enrique Bunbury himself, the director of the documentary and the band -disbanded in 1996, except for a specific meeting in 2007-, on his official Instagram channel.
The Spanish Alexis Morante has directed several musical documentaries, about Camarón de la Isla (“Camarón, flamenco and revolution”, 2018), Alejandro Sanz (“What I was is what I am”, 2018) and about Bunbury (“The most long ”, 2016), for whom he has also shot several video clips.
Last February, Héroes del Silencio returned to the Spanish charts after taking the top four positions of the best-selling vinyl with the reissue of some of their works such as “El Espíritu del Vino” (1993) and “Live In Germany” ( 2011).
Héroes del Silencio was a Spanish rock group based in Zaragoza, initially formed by Juan Valdivia (lead guitar) and Enrique Bunbury (voice and rhythm guitar), and completed with Joaquín Cardiel (bass) and Pedro Andreu (drums), in the middle of the 80s. They experienced great success in Spain and Latin America, as well as in several European countries, including Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, France and Italy, becoming one of the most successful groups in the history of Spanish rock.
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