Just original content, unlike anything else, this album doesn't follow any trends. Our lyrics deal with modern warfare and conspiracy. AK-47, the weapon of choice by warlords around the world. We don't sponsor violence, somebody has to say it, though. Malthus, the ultimate human selection nobody wants to hear. Human Combustion is just that, pure spontaneous Human Combustion. In Crown of Thorns, again more controversy, it's up to you, we don't care what you think, but we respect whatever you have to say or think. Warheads is the intrumental track that you have to listen and close your eyes, your own inner interactive experience. In Army of Shadows we play a weird nice galloping twisted song. To finish the whole attack there is The Ritual, cannot be described just listened to. Good luck to all.
Eutanasia has made an amazing comeback in recent years and in 2012 earned a spot in the Metal Latino Compilation, among Headcrusher, Dia De Los Muertos, Ortiz and many more (MTV Iggy, Revista Shock, Santuario); the iconic Colombian metalheads kept moving forward and in 2013 they release their latest album, WARHEADS.
Produced and Recorded in Canada and Colombia, the album has the final touch of Juan Carlos Henao, whose work with Tenebrarum, Cromlech and many others is a household name of brutality.
In WARHEADS the trio goes berserk with their fast driven riffs, blasting drums and aggressive vocals, with a new approach to their well known Medallo-Metal, which makes this 7 tracks Album a whole new chapter.
In the first 4 tracks, listeners will hear the sounds of a modern metal mayhem. Then moving to a more traditional "Colombian death metal" style in their final songs entitled Warheads, Army of Shadows and the Ritual.
In WARHEADS, we find Eutanasia at its finest. Moving forward without losing their iconic trademark sound. It's the natural and brutal evolution from the raw sound of their debut release SUBDUED and their subsequent work, WE BELONG TO THE SHADOWS (released in 2010).