There are two bands with the name ELEFANTE and one with the name Elephante that redirects here for some reason.
One is from Uruguay and the other is from Mexico.
(Uruguayan) Elefante was one of Uruguay's leading rock bands in the 90's, formed in Montevideo. The original lineup consisted of STELLA MARIS (voice), BESTIA (guitar), HARRY (bass), CHONIUK (drums), and MANECO (guitar and samplers).
Elefante was one of the most significative bands from that decade, mixing hip-hop, nü-metal and electronica in their music. In addition, a female voice in the front gave them a different touch. They were always linked by the Montevideo's underground.
Elefante edited three albums. "Elefante 1" (Koala Records / 2000), "Bazar" (Koala Records / 2001), and "Forma" (Koala Records / 2002).
After "Forma", the band split up in 2002.
(Mexican) Formed in the early '90s, Elefante had the opportunity to play for a major audience in 2000 while opening for Joaquín Sabina at Mexico City's Auditorio Nacional. A year later, the band represented Mexico in Viña del Mar, the most popular Chilean festival, with a song called "De la Noche a la Mañana." The song was featured in Elefante's debut album El Que Busca Encuentra, produced by Nacho Bejar. Drago Bonacich, All Music Guide. .