Greek thrashers Biotoxic Warfare have released an official music video to coincide with their recent debut album release, Lobotomized. And it’s all that you can expect from an album that reviewers are describing as ‘magically evil’, with ‘eight shots of pure aggression’waiting to pound the listener.
Filmed by the talented Athina Tousia inside the medieval walls of the band’s home city of Heraklion in Crete, the band chose to centre on song ‘Proclaim the Gospel of Lies’ for their first official video of the album.
As explained by the band, the video follows, “a young explorer who in one of his researches, finds one ancient book bound with an unholy curse, which slowly descends him into madness and oblivion”.
You can watch the tale unfold for yourself below...
Since their formation little over two years ago and having already supported the likes of Enforcer and Suicidal Angels and released one highly lauded EP, ‘Baptized in Blood and Greed’ , Biotoxic Warfare are emerging from the Greek underbelly as a force to be reckoned with. This is demonstrated in full on their debut album release, Lobotomized available now on Slaney Records.
The band recorded the album at their home studio and went on to have it mixed and mastered by Vaggelis Theodorakis (Revolted Masses). Lobotomized’s artwork, designed by Roberto Toderico, encapsulates the messages from within the album.
The band describe the artwork as depicting “the massive lobotomy and brain washing that terrorizes our society by any organized religion party, and aims to a global propaganda in order to control and twist the freedom of thinking and acting for yourself.”