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Overlord (album)

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RecordedStargate Studios, Huntsville, Alabama
ProducerLance Wright
Temple of Blood chronology
Prepare for the Judgement of Mankind

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Overlord is the 2008 album by the Christian Speed/Thrash metal band Temple of Blood[1]. The album was received very well by many critics.[2][3][4][5] The release features a cover version of Forbidden Evil by the band Forbidden. "Overlord" was produced by Lance Wright, the drummer of the band, who also worked at Stargate Studios.[6][7]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Descent into Treachery" (0:42)
  2. "Behind the Inverted Star" (3:03)
  3. "Summon the Accused" (3:43)
  4. "Fearsome Warrior" (3:00)
  5. "Illusion of Control" (4:59)
  6. "Black Day of Execution" (4:25)
  7. "Pawn of the Liar" (3:02)
  8. "Harbinger" (3:17)
  9. "Forbidden Evil" (Forbidden cover) (5:43)
  10. "Anthem to the Unseen" (4:19)
  11. "The Return" (3:52)


  • Jim Mullis - Vocals, Guitar
  • Matt Barnes - Guitar
  • James Lewis - Bass
  • Lance Wright - Drums

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  1. "Temple of Blood - Overlord - Encyclopaedia Metallum: The Metal Archives".
  2. "Temple of Blood – Overlord". July 2009. All in all, a hearty Bravo! is in order here. OVERLORD is an improvement in every way over PREPARE… and has me convinced that even better things are ahead for Temple of Blood. But never mind that – OVERLORD is simply a great album that all thrash fans should check out.
  3. "Temple of Blood – Overlord". August 19, 2008. Rating: 4/5
  4. Ramadier, Laurent (Nov 2008). "Temple of Blood - Overlord". Album & EP Releases. SNAKEPIT Heavy Metal Magazine. No. 17. p. 104. … this new album by this Alabama based bunch simply blows away their previous one! … There’s flaws but it’s a rather good album all in all.
  5. McCormack, Jeff (Feb–Mar 2009). "Temple of Blood - Overlord". Album Reviews. Heaven’s Metal magazine. No. 79. p. 18. The sophomore release from Alabama thrashers finds another tight album of what reminds me of old-school thrash (and I, being old-school, use that term as a compliment.) Tight and fast music with high octave vocals reminds me of some of the great stuff of the 80’s.CS1 maint: Date format (link)
  6. "Temple of Blood - Overlord - Encyclopaedia Metallum: The Metal Archives".
  7. https://www.discogs.com/label/1010888-Stargate-Studios-2

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