Hey there, @KarlosMarti!
I'd advise you to make sure you backup all your files somewhere else and not trust any important data with this particular HDD.
It's also highly recommended to run its manufacturer's brand-specific diagnostic tool as well
to check the health and SMART status from there. (Make sure the drive passes both the Short & the Long tests)
Unfortunately, the grinding noises usually indicate internal hardware failure. This basically could go undetected by some software diagnostic tools because the issue is physical.
I'd recommend you check the warranty of the HDD as well. If it's still covered by it, you should be able to RMA the drive and get a replacement from the manufacturer's/reseller's customer support.
Have you also tried the drive in another working PC? I'd advise you to do so and see if the noises will still be present there.
Keep me posted.