The Order of Elijah got creative with their latest music video for the track “Meaning of Life”. It turns out their bassist James Copley is one hell of a talent with a yo-yo when he isn’t playing metal music. That being the case, the band used his hidden skill as the visuals for the new clip. Definitely check this one out!
This track is taken from the band’s latest album “Pathos. Logos. Ethos”, which was recently launched via Luxor Records and is available for order on iTunes, Amazon, and more.
For the uninitiated, The Order of Elijah is Metal / Hardcore unit from Joplin, Missouri. They’ve been hard at work for 10 years now, growing a good bit as musicians and people in that time. They used to be heralded as a “christian” band but dropped the title which landed them in the spotlight after years of pushing their career in that direction. Now, they’re all about bringing the heavy while raising awareness to certain issues.
They’ve shared the stage with countless bands over the years. Emmure, For Today, Attila, Born of Osiris, Wayne Static, Upon A Burning Body, Impending Doom, After The Burial, War of Ages, The Great Commission, Motionless in White, Make Me Famous, I See Stars, Eat A Helicopter, Lionheart, The Browning, I Declare War, As Blood Runs Black, Molotov Solution, and Cattle Decapitation are among them.
Definitely look into “Pathos. Logos. Ethos” if you get the chance!