Red Razor presents their new single “Born in South America”, a song that besides the traditional thrash metal that’s usually their style, also brings some new influences like death metal, surf music and brazilian traditional rhythms. 

The lyrics are about their continent’s history and politics and it’s inspired by Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano, whose book “Open Veins of Latin America” tells the tale of five centuries of pillage and exploitation of the region. 

The song will be included in the band’s second full length, to be released next july. It was recorded, mixed and mastered by Alexei Leão at AML Studio in Florianópolis, Brazil and the artwork was done by Marcelo Dod.