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Temple Of Blood

Prepare For The Judgement Of Mankind

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Category: Thrash/Heavy Metal
Year: 2005
Label: Temple Of Blood Publishing
Catalog Number: TOB001
Rating: 7.81 out of 10. (13 ratings)

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Jim Mullis Lead Vocals, Guitar
Matt Barnes Guitar
Lance Wright Drums
Jim Lewis Bass
Ski Guest Vocals on "Deliver Us From Evil"
1.  Destruction Of The Twin Cities  
2.  Conviction  
3.  Return To Eden  
4.  Spiritual Warfare  
5.  Trampling The Serpent  
6.  Seeking The Truth  
7.  Legion Of The Crypts  
8.  The Ultimate Sacrifice  
9.  Realm Of Insufferable Burning (The Horrors Of Hell)  
10.  Deliver Us From Evil    Cover: Deadly Blessing

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From: gadomody   ( Date: October 26, 2006 at 12:03
Weak vocals. Sounds like the lead singer has a mouth full of mush. Poor production. Not bad for a group of guys singing in a garage, but this is nothing great. I'd hardly even call it worth listening to.
From: jesse   (---.) Date: December 28, 2007 at 9:15
Traditional heavy metal mixed with old school speed and thrash metal. Has that mid-80's feel to it. The vocals are a bit odd, but I don't think they are as bad as the post above states. I quite like this CD. Good, solid, old-school, speed metal. If this had been released in 1984, I bet it would be considered an underground classic. The Deadly Blessing cover is excellent!
From: JeffdlS   ( Date: January 9, 2008 at 12:40
Great album! Thrashy and speed-to-kill. Very solid release from ToB. Guitar work is quite amazing. Vocals are definitely solid and not mush. And the Deadly Blessing cover should be excellent as Ski, the former vocalist of DB, is doing the vocals. A great album.

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