Overlord is an isekai anime series with memorable opening songs. Overlord 4's opening song is highly anticipated by anime and music fans alike, with the epic return of the anime. Will Overlord 4 live up to its catchy intro song?
From Overlord Season 1's iconic opening song, "Clattanoia," to Season 2's "Go Cry Go" and Season 3's "Voracity," Overlord 4's opening song must live up to fan expectations!
The fourth season of Overlord focuses on Ainz Ooal Gown's newly established Sorcerer Kingdom. Ainz's days as Sorcerer King and Supreme Ruler are far from over. From public affairs and laws to scarcity of resources, Ainz must also deal with the Baharuth Empire's traitorous emperor, Jircniv.
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Overlord 4 Opening Song Name
"Hollow Hunger" is the title of the opening song in Overlord 4. It is performed by the Japanese musical group OxT, who also performed the opening songs for Seasons One and Two of Overlord.
OxT also performed Silent Solitude, the ending song for Overlord Season Three.
Aside from Overlord, OxT has also performed songs in Prince of Stride, Hand Shakers, and the sports anime, Ace of Diamond.
Overlord 4 Opening Song Lyrics
As of this writing, there is no official English translation of Overlord 4’s opening song “Hollow Hunger”. In any case, you can still browse this page for the opening song’s lyrics.
Overlord 4 Opening Song Artist
The Japanese musical group OxT performs the opening song of Overlord 4, "Hollow Hunger." Aside from their performance in Overlord, the band has also performed in anime shows such as Hand Shakers, SSSS. Gridman, and Ace of Diamond.
OxT is made up of vocalist and guitarist Masayoshi Oishi and guitarist Tomohiro Oshima, better known as Tom Hack. Since 2015, they've been signed to Pony Canyon and Media Factory labels.
Overlord 4 Opening Song: Where to Download and Stream?
As of this writing, the Overlord 4 opening song, entitled Hollow Hunger, performed by OxT, is not yet available on Spotify and Apple Music.
It will be released in CD album form on July 27, 2022, priced at 1200 yen or $8.87.
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