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Here's frontwoman Nina Osegueda's take on the 9 minute track, which was inspired by the King himself.
"Elijah is the kind of song I dreamed of creating since I first heard King Diamond. I wanted to tell an original story that was twisted and evil, and I wanted to be able to utilize a few different singing styles so it would be challenging. I wrote a short story about the characters to get inside their heads and map out their personalities and objectives. To me, it's more than a song, it's a whole world we're describing within just 10 minutes. I wanted to make sure that world was as colorful and bloody as possible."
See what guitarist Josh Schwartz had to say of the new album here on Metal Underground.
The Lesser Key of Solomon is also available for pre-order.
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