Pork (band)

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Background information
Origin Buenos Aires, Argentina
Genres Post-grunge
Years active 2002 - present
Labels Universal Music Argentina
Website porkmusic.com
Members Cesar Bar Rabia
Ton Bar Rabia
Nino Conde
Max Mateo

Pork is an Argentine post-grunge band founded in 2002 by the Bar Rabia twins. The band members are the Bar Rabia twins (Czar and Gaston), Nino Conde and the recent new member Max Mateo.


In August 2006, Pork supported American band Fear Factory [1] at the Pepsi Stadium in Buenos Aires, drawing the attention of Alejandro Taranto, an executive producer for bands such as A.N.I.M.A.L. and Los Fabulosos Cadillacs. He later had Pork signed onto TommyGun Entertainment and Universal Music Argentina to record their debut album.

The recording sessions took place between April and June 2007 at "Del Cielito Studio", which is now owned by local band Bersuit Vergarabat. The post-production and mastering was done by Eduardo Bergallo. The album, titled "Multiple Choice",[2] was released in May 2008. The song "Akira" was the first single, and a video involving an anime character and the band can be seen on MTV and Much Music.

In July 2008, Pork played at the Adolescent Fest sponsored by MTV.[3] In October 2008, Pork was selected to support American band Nine Inch Nails, playing right before the main act.[4]


  • Cesar Bar Rabia - Vocals/AGuitar
  • Ton Bar Rabia - Guitar
  • Nino Conde - Bass/Guitar
  • David Ortiz - Bass
  • Fer Santana - Drums
  • Max Mateo - (2012)
  • Paulo Torres - (2002-2011)



Year Album US Canada Label
2008 Multiple Choice # # TommyGun-Universal Music Argentina
2010 The Pork Music Experiment # # Batacazo


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