The Order of Elijah announce summer tour‏

Missouri metal quintet The Order of Elijah have announced a short summer tour with Anatomy, Decay.

The Midwest rockers recently released a lyric video for ‘War at Heart’.

Full tour dates:

July 27th – Springfield, MO @ Outland Ballroom (w/ Like Moths to Flames)
July 28th – Lubbock, TX @ Depot Obar Venue
July 29th – Albuquerque, NM @ Blu Phoenix Venue
July 31 – Phoenix, AZ @ Joe’s Grotto
Aug 1 – Long Beach, CA @ Black Light District Lounge
Aug 2 – Reno, NV @ Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor
Aug 4 – San Jose, CA @ Caravan Lounge
Aug 5 – Van Nuys, CA @ White Oak Music Lounge
Aug 6 – Pomona, CA @ PBW

Combining relentless instrumental work and thundering breakdowns in their high-octane and progressive metal sound, The Order Of Elijah released their debut album, Dethrone, in 2013. Quickly taking to the road in support of their rookie release, the Missouri rockers’ intense and bold brand of metal soon garnered a groundswell of support across the Midwest.

As the band continued to find their feet, a growing musical cohesion saw The Order of Elijah impress on a wider scale, spreading their geographical stronghold with a West Coast headline run and landing supports for the likes of Attila, I See Stars and Motionless in White. A new level of maturity both live and on record ensured January 2016’s War At Heart saw a widely acclaimed reception.

With their most combative and enthralling offering to date now amongst their armour, The Order of Elijah look to thrill the West Coast with their electric live show over the summer.

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