Missouri metal quartet The Order of Elijah have released a music video for new single, “E PLURIBUS UNUM”.
The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album “Pathos. Logos. Ethos”, which drops May 19th via Luxor Records and is available for pre-order HERE.
“E Pluribus Unum was highly influenced by Zack de la Rocha. The lyrics are directed to the listener from the eyes of our oligarchical government. The video is a satirical reflection of how elitist American leaders tend to have the same goal: $$$$.” – Shannon Low, Vocals
On May 12th, the progressive metal outfit has set off on tour with label mates Upon A Broken Throne, in support of the upcoming record.
Intertwining ferocious guitar work with an intricate and fluid vocal assault throughout their progressive metalcore arsenal, The Order Of Elijah is back with their third studio album.
The record speaks of defiance and disillusionment with the current sociopolitical climate, as The Order of Elijah take aim at the 1% on their explosive full-length.
The band now boasts a bubbling fan base nationwide, thanks to a slew of notable headline runs spreading their geographical stronghold as well as supports with genre heavy hitters Emmure, Attila, I See Stars & Motionless in White.
The success of 2016’s “War At Heart” – which broke into the top 10 of the iTunes Metal Chart, receiving widespread acclaim – was soon followed by national headlines of a different sort in 2017, after lead vocalist Shannon Low denounced Christianity after studying Dawkins’ The God Delusion. This came much to the chagrin of a host of mainstream Christian publications who took exception to the band’s vocal exodus.
“E PLURIBUS UNUM” sets a striking and resonating tone for The Order of Elijah’s ‘Pathos. Logos. Ethos, which is out May 19th.
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