Buried Dreams started playing in January 1995, originally with four members who wanted to share musical ideas and influences, but the line-up proved to be unstable almost immediately. By the time their first 3-song promo-demo The World Beyond arrived the membership had settled on Antonio De Yta (guitar/keyboard/vocals), Ezequiel Mendoza (bass/keyboard) and Anuar Bautista (drums). One month later Buried Dreams won first place in the 1st National Underground Heavy Metal Contest that led them to sign with Oz Records'. Later in August, with a new member for vocals and another added for guitar in the form of Ivan Santos and Ndua Valdespino respectively, the band recorded their first full-length album, Beyond Your Mind. Their subsequent live shows feature them playing alongside Cannibal Corpse, Hypocrisy, Impaled Nazarene, In Flames and Helloween. Buried Dreams also toured successfully on the so-called Tormentour, with label mates Shamash and Under Moonlight Sadness together with Disgorge & The Zephyr.
After 2 years of full live activity, Buried Dreams prepared new stuff for a second release. Looking for a better sound, in October 1999 the band traveled to Göteborg, Sweden to record a new album called Perceptions. The subsequent support tour saw them in Germany and the U.S. at the Milwaukee Metal Fest. Oscar Doniz had taken over the drums spot before the album's release.
Necrosphere their third album, recorded in February 2002, was produced again by Fredrik Nördstrom showing more mature song writing and continuing with the elements used on their previous albums: melody, atmospheres, rhythm changes, aggressive riffing, with powerful vocals. The album featured yet a new drummer, Daniel Romero.