Drop Dead! (Argentine band)

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Drop Dead!
Drop Dead! LIVE.jpg
Drop Dead! in December 2015
Background information
OriginBuenos Aires, Argentina
Years active1996 – 2005, 2015-2016
Past membersMatyas Mon, Leonardo Vallone, Gerardo Romero, Ariel Filotti, Hernán Reartes, Catalina Kobelt, Santiago Acosta, Pablo Ezcurra, Camilo Carreira

Drop Dead![1] (also known as Los Drop Dead and Drop Dead Dreams) was an alternative rock band from Buenos Aires, Argentina, founded by Matyas Mon (its principal composer and lyricist). The original name of the band was "Karma", but they had to change it due to legal issues. They are well known in the local music scene, and abroad,[2] due to their intense and energetic live shows,[3] their melodies, and the use of English to sing in a Spanish speaking country.[4]

In 2005 they released the video clip for the song "Change the Word", second single from the album For Everyone & No One. The video was produced by the band and directed by Emiliano Romero. It featured the performances of Julieta Zylberberg and Rodrigo Pedreira.

In 2011, they tried a comeback, changing its name to The Rebel Robots. In 2015, after a 10 years hiatus, they finally made a comeback.[clarification needed]

Band members[edit]

Matyas Mon - lead vocals and guitars (1996–present)



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