I have been involved in the protestant extreme metal scene for years, and one Christian band I encountered over the years is from the Ukraine. I am not certain that anyone in the band is actually Orthodox, but they do that some Bishops and Orthodox Churches in their thank-you list, so I suspect that at least some of them are. Also, this video is shot outside an Orthodox Church.
Anyway, don't many Orthodox have a strong aversion to rock music in general? If so, would this kind of thing just totally freak them out? Here's a music video, by the way. The band is called Holy Blood:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOJtsF6-2S0
Someone posted this translation of the chorus (from Ukrainian):
Our land groans from pain,
The Slavonic motherland cries.
Hey, Slavonic brother, our motherland waits,
Raise your sword as a patriot,
Protect the Slavonic land from evil,
From devilish intrigues, from heathen lies.
Wind carries the war call,
Be without pity, in the struggle with Satan.
Time of battle has begun already,
Raise your sword, throw away doubts,
God is with us in this war,
In the battle for souls in the Slavonic land.
The final of the battle is decided:
Good wins in the struggle with the evil....
Here's another video as well off an earlier album:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93kQXY-NWf0&feature=related
The band is actually on the same record label as my band, so it's sort of ironic that I'm realizing it is Orthodox far after the fact. I have been listening to them for years...