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The Lord of Steel

Manowar

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
October 19th, 2012
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Magic Circle Music
Format:
CD
Reviews:
17 reviews (avg. 49%)
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3. Born in a Grave 05:03   Show lyrics
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4. Righteous Glory 05:47   Show lyrics
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5. Touch the Sky 03:48   Show lyrics
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6. Black List 06:44   Show lyrics
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7. Expendable 03:11   Show lyrics
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8. El Gringo 06:55   Show lyrics
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9. Annihilation 03:58   Show lyrics
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10. Hail, Kill and Die 03:57   Show lyrics
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11. The Kingdom of Steel 07:20   Show lyrics
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Band members
Joey DeMaio Bass, Keyboards
Karl Logan Guitars, Keyboards
Donnie Hamzik Drums, Percussion, Vocals (choirs)
Eric Adams Vocals
Guest/Session
Jeff Dotson Vocals (choirs)
Brent Diamond Vocals (choirs)
Manoel Arruda Vocals (choirs)
Francisco Palomo Keyboards (additional), Vocals (choirs)
Joe Rozler Keyboards, Vocals (choirs)
Makis Kyrkos Vocals (choirs)
Miscellaneous staff
Guido Karp Photography
Ken Kelly Cover art
Jan "Örkki" Yrlund Cover art (Hammer edition), Artwork (booklet)
Francisco Palomo Editing (additional)
Dirk Kloiber Engineering (additional), Mixing, Mastering
Darcy Proper Mastering (Hammer edition)
Ronald Prent Mixing
Joey DeMaio Producer, Engineering, Mixing, Editing, Mastering
Joey DeMaio Bass, Keyboards
Karl Logan Guitars, Keyboards
Donnie Hamzik Drums, Percussion, Vocals (choirs)
Eric Adams Vocals
Jeff Dotson Vocals (choirs)
Brent Diamond Vocals (choirs)
Manoel Arruda Vocals (choirs)
Francisco Palomo Keyboards (additional), Vocals (choirs)
Joe Rozler Keyboards, Vocals (choirs)
Makis Kyrkos Vocals (choirs)
Guido Karp Photography
Ken Kelly Cover art
Jan "Örkki" Yrlund Cover art (Hammer edition), Artwork (booklet)
Francisco Palomo Editing (additional)
Dirk Kloiber Engineering (additional), Mixing, Mastering
Darcy Proper Mastering (Hammer edition)
Ronald Prent Mixing
Joey DeMaio Producer, Engineering, Mixing, Editing, Mastering
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Was pre-released - allegedly with a rough mix - as a digital download, titled "The Lord of Steel - Hammer Edition" on June 16, 2012 through Manowar's webshop and on CD in a limited "Steel Edition" variant as a covermount on Metal Hammer (UK) magazine #233, on June 26, 2012. The purchase of this digital album included a 16-page digital booklet featuring complete lyrics and brand new band photos. The Hammer Edition did not include the song "The Kingdom of Steel".

"El Gringo" was used as the main theme to the 2012 film "El Gringo", directed by Eduardo Rodriguez and starring Scott Adkins.

"Expendable" was submitted for consideration for the soundtrack to the film "The Expendables 2", but was not approved.

The song "The Lord of Steel" is dedicated to Scott Columbus.

"Hail, Kill and Die" references older Manowar song and album titles.

Hammer Edition (top), Official (bottom).

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