Orthodox Releases New Single, “I Can Show You God”

Orthodox have debuted their new single, “I Can Show You God”, along with the accompanying video, via a premiere with Kerrang. The first taste of new music since their debut full-length, Sounds of Loss, the twisted stand alone track comes at the start of their tour with Kublai Khan as they prepare to unleash their sophomore full length, coming soon via Unbeaten Records. With plenty of touring coming up and a freshly inspired sound, Orthodox are just setting the stage for their takeover. Listen to the song now below.

Speaking about the new single, Adam Easterling (vocals) says:

“In a line, I’d say “I Can Show You God” is about fear: how it can be felt, manipulated, and inflicted. The story is heavily influenced by the movie Red Dragon (prequel to The Silence of the Lambs) and is written about me capturing someone who’s done something horrible – something I’ve been obsessing over.

Finally, I’ve got them in front of me, and I begin to terrorize them. Hurting myself, and even eating pieces of my skin to show them what’s coming – to show them God.”

When you think of metal music, one of the last places that would come to mind would probably be the country-infested Nashville, Tennessee. Orthodox would like to make you think twice about that. Forming in Music City in late 2012, this now metal-driven Straight Edge band has seen many changes, but has landed on a power filled lineup with the intent to hurt your neck. Though the band has been touring since 2013, their debut LP didn’t come out until 2017 via Unbeaten Records. Since then, Sounds of Loss has been making its rounds, as the band has continued to touch every corner of the US and everything in-between alongside familiar acts such as I Am, Left Behind, Chamber, and Spite. These days, you’ll still find original singer Adam Easterling fronting the band, while Austin Evans leads the guitar, Mike White carries the drums, and Shiloh Krebs holds down the bass. This quartet has recently recorded their second LP, due to also be released through Unbeaten Records. With new music and more touring on the horizon, don’t expect any signs of stopping to come from Orthodox any time soon.

Orthodox Tour Dates:

9/12 Memphis, TN @ Growlers

9/13 Little Rock, AR @ Vino’s*

9/14 Lawrence, KS @ The Bottleneck*

9/15 Chicago, IL @ Subterranean*

9/16 Burlington, IA @ Washington*

9/17 Minneapolis, MN @ The Fallout*

9/18 Fargo, ND @ The Red Raven*

9/19 Winnipeg, MB @ Bulldog Event Center*

9/25 Pontiac, MI @ Pike Room^

9/26 Covington, KY @ Thompson House^

9/27 Nashville, TN @ The End^

9/29 Indianapolis, IN @ Citadel^

9/30 Frederick, MD @ Cafe 611^

10/2 Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland^

10/3 Reading, PA @ Reverb^

10/4 Manchester, NH @ Jewel Music Venue^

10/5 Providence, RI @ Alchemy^

10/6 Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground^

10/7 Stanhope, NJ @ Stanhope House^

10/8 Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge^

10/9 Pittsburgh, PA @ Crafthouse^

10/10 Kent, OH @ The Outpost^

10/11 Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club+

10/12 Richmond, VA @ Canal Club^

10/13 Chesapeake, VA @ Riffhouse Pub^

10/14 Greensboro, NC @ NYP+

10/15 Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern^

10/16 Augusta, GA @ Epicenter^

10/17 Jacksonville, FL @ Raindogs

10/18 Margate, FL @ O’Malley’s^

10/19 Tampa, FL @ Pegasus Lounge^

10/21 Austin, TX @ Empire Control Room^

10/22 Fort Worth, TX @ Tomcats West^

10/23 El Paso, TX @ Rockhouse Bar & Grill+

10/24 Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad^

10/25 Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge^

10/26 Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep^

* = w/ Kublai Khan

^ = w/ with Slaughter To Prevail, Bodysnatcher, Prison

+ = w/ Bodysnatcher only