Warlord (hardcore band)
Warlord was a Christian metal that formed in 1997. The band's sound was described as "doom hardcore", a mix between Doom metal and hardcore punk. The band was signed to Solid State Records during their brief existence. Before disbanding, the band did a tour with fellow Solid State band, Training for Utopia. The band has a compilation coming out, to help drummer Timothy Henderson with his health problems. The compilation has a new song and an unreleased track from Rock the Foe Hammer.
|Origin||Portland, Oregon, U.S.|
|Genres||Christian metal, doom metal, hardcore punk, doom hardcore, doomcore|
|Years active||1997-1999, 2015|
|Associated acts||Mr. Bishop's Fist, Roadside Monument, Catechumen, Fuse of Ire|
|Past members||Ricky Rodgers|
Last known line-up
- Ricky Rodgers – vocals, lead guitar (1997–1999, 2015) (formerly of Fuse of Ire and Catechuman)
- Phil Smith – bass (1998–1999, 2015) (World Against World)
- Timothy Henderson – drums, backing vocals (1997–1999, 2015) (formerly of Mr. Bishop's Fist and Catechuman)
- Jonathan Ford – bass, backing vocals (1997–1998) (formerly of Roadside Monument, Catechuman and Mr. Bishop's Fist)
- Brian Fletchner – rhythm guitar, backing vocals (1997–1998) (Pilgrims, AAPOAA)
- Warlord (1997; Solid State)
- "Set Sail to the Kingdom" on We Bear the Scars (2017)
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- Harp, Loyd (August 7, 2020). "Song of the Day: Warlord - Where the Road Forks". Indie Vision Music. Retrieved February 18, 2021.
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