Redirected from Vandals Nest). Machine Messiah is the fourteenth studio album by the Brazilian metal band Sepultura, released on January 13, 2017. The album sold 1,900 units in the USA in its first week. The band recorded Machine Messiah in Sweden with producer Jens Bogren. Machine Messiah is the band's first studio album in over three years since The Mediator Between Head and Hands Must Be the Heart (2013), marking the longest gap between two studio albums in their career
Building A Messiah: The Making Of Machine Messiah. DVD: - Screen: 16:9 NTSC - Sound: PCM Stereo - Region: All.
Machine Messiah is the opening track on Sepultura’s Machine Messiah. The song talks about the return of a God Machine that created humanity and is coming back as a messiah, a biomechanical saviour. It sets the theme and tone for the album, that largely talks about the automation, robotization of our society nowadays. Machine Messiah" Track Info. Written By Derrick Green. Release Date January 13, 2017. Machine Messiah Sepultura.
However, this album isn’t just some blatant effort to return to the band’s origins. Upon hearing Machine Messiah, you can tell that the members of Sepultura are comfortable with the altered appearance they made to the band since 1998 and, presently, continue to explore their stylistic capabilities. So many curveballs are thrown around in this album, signalling that the band is pushing themselves to remain significant.
Listen free to Sepultura – Machine Messiah (Machine Messiah, I Am The Enemy and more). Machine Messiah has sold 1,900 units in the USA in its first week. Album information: Machine Messiah is the band's first studio album in over three years since The Mediator Between Head and Hands Must Be the Heart (2013), marking the longest gap between two studio albums in their career
Brazilian metal legends Sepultura are readying their 14th studio album since launching their career with Morbid Visions 30 years ago. The new record will arrive on Jan. 13, 2017 through Nuclear Blast under the title of Machine Messiah, with a central theme running through its 10 tracks. I had the concept in my mind and the name of the album, Machine Messiah, but that didn’t matter much since I was looking for different styles and ideas, different artists. When I saw her paintings I was really impressed by her style, full of colors and meaning, very unique, and alive! She comes from the Philippines, a place where we performed some years ago and we could feel the intensity of their culture, very powerful! She has that power in her paintings and drawings!"