On October 6, Los Claxons will release Caminando En Fuego one of their best albums to date. It has 20 songs, 15 of which are joint creations with up-and-coming young musicians, such as; Kurt Román Torres ( Matisse ), Nicole Horts , Marco Mares , La Leyenda , Alex Cuba , Pitizion , Marissa Mur , Miguel Insunza and Carlos Colosio.
They made their debut in 2004, hailing from Monterrey, Nuevo León. Over the course of their 18 years of existence, they have collaborated with other artists occasionally. Instead, they preferred releasing their songs independently and establish their distinctive sound. During the pandemic, however, they became more creative and productive. They also learned to appreciate the success of other coworkers and friends. They decided to record some duets, put out new songs, and return to the music industry with a large and important body of work.
Even though this is my first review of an album and the band’s debut on Siempre En Domingo, I’ve been a fan of Los Claxons for a while and really like the songs they’ve put out for Caminando En Fuego. Even though the majority of the tracks are performed by other artists, getting a full album is quite reviving since we haven’t heard much new music since 2018.