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- Inyectores was formed in 2000 by G3 founding members Gonzalo Farfan (guitar, vocals) and Gabriel Bellido (bass) after the band's fifteen-year career came to an end. The union was made with Farfan and Bellido's old friends Gerardo Rojas (ex-Situación Hostil) and Riki Noriega (ex-Futuro Incierto), on drums and guitar/vocals, respectively. And, within months, the band distributed its first release, Bombardero("Bomber"), in 2001 on Mundano Records, which they played many shows in support of.
- Immediately the band took up an important place in the Peruvian rock scene and had the occasion to play alongside seminal Argentinian punk act Attaque 77 in Lima. But the band did hit its first snag in 2002 with the departure of drummer Gerardo Rojas. He was temporarily replaced by Mauricio Llona of 6 Voltios. And it was with this lineup that the band recorded their sophomore album, Rompecaminos, in 2003, followed by a promotional tour in Chile.
- In early 2004, Inyectores recruited who would become their permanent drummer, Sergio "Saito" China. With this current lineup, the band released their third album, Desenchufado En Vivo in 2005, a collection of live acoustic recordings of the band's songs.
- On October 17th, 2009 Inyectores released its third studio album, Viaje al centro del olvido("Journey to the Center of Forgetting")
- Gonzalo Farfan (guitar, vocals)
- Riki Noriega (guitar, backing vocals)
- Gabriel Bellido (bass)
- Sergio "Saito" China (Drums, 2004-present)
- Gerardo Rojas - (Drums, 2000-2002)
- Mauricio Llona - (Drums, 2002-2004)
- 1. Bombardero 2001
- 2. Rompecaminos 2003
- 3. Desenchufado En Vivo 2005
4. Viaje al centro del olvido 2009