The name commands respect and their music is one of the hottest genres of recent times. El Trono de México is a six-member duranguense band who wants to conquer music fans all of ages.
Its vocalist, Everardo Ávila talked to Vida en el Valle recently about their journey and their love for music.
P: ¿Why the name of El Trono de México?
R: "We always wanted to find a name that had impact and at the same time it would put some pressure on us, that it would force us to work day to day so we could deserve that great name that is Trono de México."
The idea of forming a band started five years ago when Ávila and two of his Brothers were working in Raleigh, Noth Carolin. They moved back to their native Santo Tomás de los Plátanos, a town in the State of México, where they found the rest of the band members.
Things went well for them and they recorded two albums, by the third one they signed a contract with the Universal Music label.
"Doors opened for us with the song 'Ganas de Volver a Amar' (Wanting to Love Again) in México, United States and Central América and that is how we began to grow," said Ávila.
Their fifth album is called 'Almas Gemelas' (Twin Souls) and it is currently out in the market.