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Today, we’re honored to premiere the lyric video for a brand new track from The Order of Elijah, “God’s Unwanted Children.” Frontman Shannon Low caught up with HM to explain the track:

We’ve been relentlessly writing on our new album, War at Heart, since getting off from tour in December. “God’s Unwanted Children” has stood out, both musically and lyrically, as a foreshadowing of our new album. I hear of Christian artists afraid to touch on some subjects or current events; we, on the other hand, look to drag these skeletons out of the closet and do a Lucker Stomp to some skulls.

After release their 2013 album, Dethrone, the band is currently preparing for their 2014 release.

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