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Saviour Machine - Saviour Machine II flac album
  • Performer: Saviour Machine
  • Title: Saviour Machine II
  • Genre: Pop Rock
  • Style: Heavy Metal,Progressive Metal
  • Date of release: March 18, 1996
  • MP3 size: 1149 mb
  • FLAC size 1803 mb
  • Formats WAV AUD FLAC MPC AIFF DTS
  • Duration: 01:16:24

Saviour Machine is an American gothic Christian metal band that formed in 1989. They have released five studio albums and two live albums on Frontline and subsequently on MCM Music, distributed through Massacre Records. Saviour Machine's music and lyrics deal with war, death, and personal introspection as it relates to prophecy and divine revelation. The band was formed by brothers Jeff and Eric Clayton in mid-1989.

Watch the video for Saviour Machine II from Saviour Machine's Saviour Machine II for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. SAVIOUR MACHINE was founded in California in the summer of 1989 around the nucleus of brothers Eric Clayton (vocals, lyrics) and Jeff Clayton (guitars).

Saviour Machine II Tracklist. 1. Saviour Machine I Lyrics.

BPM Profile Saviour Machine II. Album starts at 132BPM, ends at 118BPM (-14), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Saviour Machine. Legend, Part II. 1998. Legend, Part I. 1997. Saviour Machine I. 1993.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Saviour Machine I Saviour Machine 6:51
2 The Gates Saviour Machine 0:29
3 Enter the Idol Saviour Machine 4:09
4 The Hunger Circle Saviour Machine 5:11
5 Child in Silence Saviour Machine 6:28
6 Ascension of Heroes Saviour Machine 6:35
7 Paradox Saviour Machine 1:32
8 The Stand Saviour Machine 16:11
9 American Babylon Saviour Machine 7:33
10 Ceremony Saviour Machine 8:47
11 Overture Saviour Machine 1:12
12 Love Never Dies Saviour Machine 5:52
13 Saviour Machine II Saviour Machine 5:34

Credits:

Saviour Machine - Primary Artist
Comments: (1)
Skyway
You know what’s worse than a Progressive Rock band doing 60-70 minutes albums? A Progressive Rock band which hasn’t anything to offer, one that relies in image and imagery only. When Saviour Machine released their second eponymous album, none could even be bothered: the band had lost their occasion of being a commercial machine. In truth, very few people, in the wake of Grunge/Alternative music, would have dared to explore a prolix and self-referential band like this. Alas! Saviour Machine weren’t even interesting. Their tomes (not albums) were filled of extremely heavy (in terms of pace and songwriting) songs that were put in a place and didn’t even attempt to move from that point. Worse, one of them here, “The Stand”, stands as a sort of Guinness World Record for the most boring 16 minutes suite ever existing in the world. The rest of the album finds Jeff Clayton warning sings of angels descending from Heaven, demons rising from Hell, apostles coming to save the world, enormous crosses which roll all over the Earth destroying cities like they were religious Godzillas and decanting that American living is bad: all of this with a croon inherited from David Bowie, a positivist message inherited from Roger Waters and the charisma inherited from a rat, above saccharine keyboard arrangements and Ultra-Soft-Rock guitar lines. Come on, with bands like Yes, Type O Negative and even Moonspell, who needs these pseudo-apocalyptic prophets anymore? And, unfortunately, it wouldn’t have been their last album.Highlights: “Ascension of Heroes”.
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