Overlord Season 4 Shares Opening: Watch

Overlord is finally back for its fourth season as part of the new wave of Summer 2022 anime, and with its latest episode has revealed its new opening theme sequence for the series! This Summer in particular is stacked to the brim with a number of returning franchises airing new episodes after spending a few years away, and one of the leading Isekai offerings from Kadokawa is the fourth season of Overlord. It's one of their biggest Isekai offerings overall, and the fourth season is one of the most ambitious for Ains yet as he's trying to build on his new Sorcerous Kingdom founded at the end of the third season.

The first episode of the new season came and went without fully revealing the new opening theme sequence for the season, but it's a much different case with the second episode. The latest episode of the new season has revealed the new opening theme titled "HOLLOW HUNGER" as performed by OxT, and while there has yet to be a fully ending theme sequence revealed just yet, this new opening teases all of the new faces and fights fans will get to see in the new season. You can check it out below as shared by Crunchyroll: 

The fourth season of the series is now underway and  features a returning staff from the first three seasons with Naoyuki Itou returning as director for Studio Madhouse, Yukie Sagawara returning as series writer, and Satoshi Tasaki returning to provide the character designs. The main cast from the previous seasons have returned as well with Satoshi Hino as Ains Ooal Gown, Yumi Hara as Albedo, Sumire Uesaka as Shalltear, Emiri Kato as Aura, Yumi Uchiyama as Mare, Masayuki Katou as Demiurge, and Kenta Miyake as Cocytus all back in full form. 

If you wanted to catch up with Overlord's first three seasons and catch the fourth season as it airs, you can now stream the series with Crunchyroll. They tease the new season as such, "Newly crowned Ains has big plans for his Sorcerer Kingdom, but so do his enemies. Deep in the mountains of Azerlisia lie the Dwarves' mortal enemy, a demi-human race, the Quagoa, gathered ready to invade. To make matters worse, other kingdoms conspire to overthrow the undead king! Will his vision for a utopia come to fruition? Heavy lies the crown, even for the guy with unlimited power."

What do you think of Overlord's new opening for the fourth season? How does it compare to the openings from the first three seasons? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!