The band says about “Wolf Among The Sheep”:
“The style of the song is a deliberately idiosyncratic mix of Thrash and Melodic Death Metal. The lyrics of the song are about how we have to defend ourselves against those people who we once let into our lives because they pretended to be our friends. People we actually wanted to help – but instead of being grateful, they unfortunately took advantage of our kindness and even tried to destroy us. The main roles in the video are played by the members of the airsoft team ‘Brothers In Arms’ and Maria Georgieva, who is already known from our previous video for the song ‘Madness’.”
Towards the madness of the world
Mighty and threatening thunders from the Bulgarian capital Sofia … fatal cause:
EUFOBIA hail with their important third studio album brute and martial in the ears! This extremely determined disc is clearly created with gallons of the most rebellious heart and with immense compositional joy. And you can clearly hear the massive further development of the THRASH DEATH METAL troupe.
absolute artistic openness prevails here in all conceivable musical matters. Contemporary baptized with the programmatic and socially apt album title “Madness”, these indomitable hell souls reveal the successful striving for artistic identity.
EUFOBIA show on their ‘new’ a very own face!
Outstanding specialty of the much-cursing death horde in all their new creations: brutally aggressive, technically adept and really fat guitar assaults! Heaps of razor-sharp riff canonades are to be experienced, which not infrequently ignite as quickly as a giant tank filled to the brim with fresh kerosene.
And also with their capably handled lead axe, EUFOBIA conjure wonderfully massive earworm moments out of the boxes again and again. Remarkably fit in instrumental interplay, noticeably skilled in the passes and with gigantic enthusiasm at the start, the flaming world critic quartet stands out from many competitors with its new furious output.
Performing with martial and at all times confidently hewn rhythmic earthquakes, the truly bone-crunching and edgy drum work on this superbly crafted release is by no means left behind either: for the drumsticks of the fierce rhythm kettle-keeper Blago hammer on his cauldrons as fast and nimbly as gigantic, ultra-heavy demolition hammers.
Niki • Guitar, Vocals
Ivan • Guitar
Steff • Bass, Vocals
Blago • Drums & Vocals
In addition, the sinister Balkan flails fire razor-sharp words in the most authentic and truthful way on their new output with welcome provocations:
biting lyrics straight from the dirty and dusty street. Singer and guitar monster Niki doesn’t give a damn about compromises in content and fights on “Madness” with incredibly effective and uncompromising throat attacks.
With “Madness” EUFOBIA show the worldwide rest of the scene that even nowadays it is still efficiently possible to hammer acutely into the epicenter of the Death Metal profession with a lot of self-confidence and burning fervor. (Markus Eck)