Kevin Quirion, guitarist/vocalist of the Tampa-based extreme metal act ORDER OF ENNEAD, has created a short clip (see below) that takes fans behind the scenes of the band's new music video for the song "The Concept of Our Extinction". Familiar with every step of the process, Quirion gives a brief tour of the Advanced Media facility where the clip is being shot and edited.
"The Concept of Our Extinction" comes off ORDER OF ENNEAD's forthcoming album, "An Examination Of Being", which was recorded at Audiohammer Studios in Sanford, Florida with producer Mark Lewis (TRIVIUM, CHIMAIRA, ALL THAT REMAINS). The CD is scheduled for release on May 4 in North America and April 26 in Europe via Earache Records.
"An Examination Of Being" track listing:
01. The Concept of Our Extinction
02. The Scriptures of Purification
03. Lies Upon the Lips of Judas
04. This Mortal Journey
05. ...In the Mirror
06. An Examination of Being
07. Conduits to Eternity
08. A Portal to Rapture
09. A Betrayal of Self
ORDER OF ENNEAD features in its ranks Steve Asheim (drums; DEICIDE), Scott Patrick (bass; RESURRECTION), Quirion and John Li (guitar).
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