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  1. Faegar Reply

    Medieval Metal Overlord SR. Type: Demo Release date: Catalog ID: N/A Label: Independent Format: Cassette Reviews: 2 reviews (avg. 86%) Songs; Lineup; Other versions; Reviews; Additional notes; 1. Full Speed Ahead Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 2. Keeper of the Flame Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 3. Enchantress of the Night.

  2. Goltikazahn Reply

    Mar 17,  · OVERLORDE (Usa) - In the Year (Zager and Evans cover) () - Duration: HEAVY METAL MANIAXE 14, views.

  3. Turn Reply

    2. Keeper of the Flame 3. Enchantress of the Night 4. In the Year (Zager and Evans cover) 5. Knights of the Realm 6. So Be It 7. Trouble 8. Keeper of the Flame (Metal Massacre version)

  4. Fetaur Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Medieval Metal Days - The Demo Years on Discogs.4/5(3).

  5. Gardazragore Reply

    by Justin Gaines Staff Writer — Heaven & Hell Records went deep into the vaults for the sixth entry in their Lost Relics reissue series. North Carolina’s Overlorde (now operating under the Overlorde SR moniker) was active from the early part of the ’s, releasing just one demo – the 3-song release Medieval Metal – before fading away entirely at least till now.

  6. JoJoll Reply

    After we experienced a lot of fun playing Overlord and Overlord - Raising Hell, the successor Overlord 2 puts our cheeks once again to the test. The satirical humor, the grand-scale game concept and the impressively staged mission design advance Overlord to an absolute must-have of every genre fan.

  7. Goltirisar Reply

    The Two Leaders Arc is a side story in the Overlord series. This arc is about Enri Emmot becoming the new matriarch of Carne Village and the daily life of Nazarick. Light Novels: Overlord Volume 8; Manga Chapters: MC53, MC54, MC, MC, MC56, MC, MC, MC; Anime Episodes: EP01, EP02, EP03, EP04, EP05; The Magic Caster of.

  8. Digar Reply

    Mar 04,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Medieval Metal on Discogs/5(2).

  9. Samuktilar Reply

    The layered vocals ("Full Speed Ahead") channel the Praying Mantis similarities, yet the one thing that sets this release apart from the two NWOBHM stalwarts is the lack of twin guitar harmony abuse, though it does pop up in the oldschool rocker "Enchantress of the Night." Most emphasis is put upon heavy, catchy riffwork with tasteful solos.

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