Welcome to the official homepage of the Christian thrash metal band TEMPLE OF BLOOD.
Our music evokes the spirit of the masters of heavy metal art
such as Megadeth, Iron Maiden, Dark Angel, Judas Priest, Annihilator and many others,
while our lyrics reflect Biblical stories and teachings.
Click on Merchandise to the left to order your copy!
We also have t-shirts and stickers for sale. Check the merchandising page for more info.
No shows scheduled at the present time.
Recent Band News11/12/06 -
Jim Lewis drove in to rehearse with us and it sounded great! We took a lot of new band pictures and have updated the pictures on the site and gotten rid of the old ones. Check em out!
Just wanted to give you guys a quick update. We started rehearsing last week, working on the material we have so far. Jim Lewis will be flying down in November to rehearse with us and we will have new band pictures to post on the site. Everything is going well. I am really enjoying the new songs!
Well, our CDs have been selling very well and we have gotten reviewed all over the place! Check out the reviews section to see what people are saying about our debut album. I think in the next few months we will be sold out of local copies of our CD so if you are thinking about ordering one you may want to do it soon! Writing is underway for the our album, and so far I have 3 songs close to completion. I really think we are going to top ourselves with this next album. Thanks for all your support!
Jim will be doing a webchat/interview on behalf of Temple of Blood on Friday, January 20th at 10PM Central that will take place here: http://www.christianrockandfellowship.net
Thanks to the fine people at the Christian Rock and Fellowship website for making this happen!
Temple of Blood is proud to announce their new bassist, Jim Lewis (ex-Antithesis). He is a great player and shares our vision regarding music and our Christian beliefs. We are very excited to be working with him and are looking forward to utilizing his talents on the next Temple of Blood album.
News Archive from 2005