Hot off the release of their cover of “Enter Sandman” for Metallica’s 30th anniversary The Metallica Blacklist album, Monterrey Mexico hard rock sister trio The Warning are back with “Martirio.” Delivered in the band’s native Spanish, the song is the latest single off of Mayday, their highly-anticipated debut EP via LAVA/Republic Records.
“‘Martirio’ is a song about accepting that we all suffer and that by rising above said suffering, we become stronger,” said the band. “We are very proud that we are able to share this message in our native language and that we get to showcase this different side of our music and songwriting. We are proud to have a Spanish song included in our new EP”.
The Warning kicked off their career by building an online fan following, amassed over 120 million YouTube views and 15 million streams. They soon captured the attention of rock music icons and found themselves performing with legends such as Alice Cooper and Def Leppard. The sisters were the only Mexican band to take the stage at Mother of All Rock Festival, and opened two sold out Monterrey shows for The Killers and for Def Leppard in Mexico City and Guadalajara.