Soziedad Alkohólika , often abbreviated S.A. , is a Spanish thrash metal band from Vitoria, in the Basque Country. The band's musical style is considered thrash metal and hardcore punk. In their words, they campaign against militarism, fascism, racism and sexism, among others.
Soziedad Alkohólika was trained in 1988 in Vitoria, with Juan on vocals, Jimmy (ex-Hipólito y Los Cafres) and Oskar on guitar, Roberto (ex-Ley Seca) on drums, and Iñaki on bass. Originally, the group formed as Amonal. In 1990, Oskar left the group, which recruits Pedro, who leaves the group in 1997 and is replaced by Jabi (ex-Beer Mosh) who will devote himself to the creation of their label, Mil a Gritos Records. A few years later, he is replaced by Inigo. In late 1996, Pirulo (Vitu's Dance) replaced Inaki on bass. The album Ratas (1995) is certified gold for more than 50 000 copies sold in Spain.
In December 2006 released their DVD, entitled Corrosiva !, which remains several weeks among the best sellers in Spain, becoming second in the official list of sales Promusicae. Nearly five years after the release of their last album, in late 2007, the band starts recording a new album. Thus, on April 21, 2008, they released the album titled Mala sangre; he was recorded at Uno Studios in Madrid between October and November 2007, and mixed by Tue Madsen in early February in Denmark. The band then signs an international partnership with the Roadrunner Records label. Their album includes João Gordo, from the Brazilian hardcore punk band Ratos de Porão (on the song Dios vs. Alá) and the Spanish rap group Violadores del Verso (on Política del miedo (Rap Solo remix)).
In August 2009, the group announced the departure of Javi three years after his arrival> to devote himself to another group, Clockwork>. Now in trio, the band starts working on his eponymous album. In November 2009 released the album Sesión # 2 at Roadrunner Records.