The band Tercerdía was born from the goal of fusing progressive rock and Latin American folklore. The music of Tercerdía is a vertiginous eclectic journey that confronts the powerful guitar of Cristian Sáez with the Afro-Latin percussion of the brothers Carlos Astete and Giovanni Astete on drums. Danilo Cruces delivers nice bass line resulting in an aggressive but exquisite sound wrapped in the wide and virtuous atmosphere generated by Enrique Grandón on the keyboards and Camilo Fuentes on the lead vocal. The last album from this sextet is Mira Sin Mirar which translated is Look Without Looking. The track Tonago,
The lyrics deal with diverse human experiences and explore the nature of the spiritual and its relationship with the human being. In his 20 years of career, Tercerdía has shared the stage with regional, national and international bands as prominent as Los Jaivas, Alejandro Silva Power Quartet, Gonzalo Sanhueza, Seven Angels, among others. The band is projected with its special and original style to share the experience of their music inside and outside the country. The title track Mira Sin Mirar,
Tercerdía dates back many years ago, back in the mid-90s, when a group of intrepid musicians decided to put on a EP some songs of their authorship, which mixed rock with some Chilean folkloric flair. The term curanto may not be so familiar in other lands, but it reflects the versatility of a band composed of 6 members of diverse musical tastes and extractions, as well as professions that leave a trademark to their characteristics. And those idioms were overturned and merged into Tercerdía. Tercerdía means Third Day.