The demo, sold out shortly after its release, is a success and drives the band to play numerous gigs, mainly in their home town, Madrid. It also provides the chance to share stage with some very well known national and international metal acts.
Due to this initial success, in March 2012, Agresiva releases their first long play, named Eternal Foe. The work is recorded and engineered by Ángel “Choco” Muñoz at Traste Cero Studio, in Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid, Spain, mastered and mixed by Dan Díez at Sonolab Studio and produced and edited by the band itself. The artwork is developed by Marcos Cabrera.
After the release, the band turns into a four-piece act as Eduardo Chamón leaves the band due to personal issues, being Miguel Coello who, from that moment and on, takes care of the band´s riffs.
The release is followed up by numerous gigs all over Spain
including performances in important Spanish metal festivals as Pounding Metal Fest or Skulls Of Metal, to mention some, and a feature in the legendary Heavy Metal Maniacs celebrated in The Netherlands.
In October of 2013, Agresiva releases Chronophobia. This maxisingle is recorded and engineered by Vasco Durán -who also coproduces the work with the band- mixed by Carlos Santos at Sadman Studio and masterized by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studio in Finland. This four songs release includes two cuts from the upcoming next work The Crime Of Our Time, a revisited one from 2010´s demo Sent To War and a cover of the Argentinean thrashers Malicia. After a bunch of gigs, the band focuses on writing their next work.
In September of 2014, Agresiva puts out The Crime Of Our Time. This new work is recorded at New Life Studio, Madrid, Spain, produced by José Garrido and Daniel Melián and mastered at Finnvox by Mika Jussila. The artwork is brilliantly done, once more, by Marcos Cabrera.
After the recording, drummer Chus Maestro leaves de band due to personal issues, being Bastian Rozas –Stillnes- who takes care of the instrument since then.