Metal band Ecclesiast has dropped a new music video for “Naysayers,” premiering here on HM today. The video, filmed by Freddy D’Angelo Studios, comes as a single release; if you dig the music, you can still grab the band’s self-titled EP.

We spoke with the band about the song:

“‘Surrender, remember — I will give my all to you. Surrender, remember me.’ This line from the chorus of ‘Naysayers’ and specifically depicts the need to surrender yourself and give yourself fully to the body of Christ. Simply, to remember Christ for who He is and what He’s done for us in everything we do.”

Photo Credit: Freddy D’Angelo Studios

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