Plague of Conscience Lyrics. Accept the laws of destiny, mirage of a twisted fantasy To realize what came before, was just the passing of a cause So with rapture burning, indignation churning Leaves an acerbic state of mind All in your mind Purge the hypocrites That are your enemies Masquerade of faith Sucking dry on the bones of wisdom Caustic words are your defense, to justify incompetence
Plague of Conscience. Album (Studio full-length).
Plague Of Conscience. 2. Six Feet Under The Gun. 3. Carnival Of Souls. And through the web of conscience The perpetrators slip In freedom from the known You’ll see the truth. Beyond a shadow of a doubt And as the light creates the dark you fear These perceptions have to be adhered. The timeless sense of logic That breaks wicked cause It seems has been forgotten Inertia trade. And in the vacuous pursuit of self Where ego burns the truth in stealth. 7. Architects Of Fear.
Plague of Conscience has plenty of great moments, few bad ones, and some really cool lyrical themes to boot - it deals with greed, hatred, oppression, corruption, and resistance. This album has great concepts, great execution, and a great amount of effort put into it. All in all, Savage Messiah hit a home run for their fans, and I really enjoyed the record. The lack of overt harshness in the vocals will be a turn-off for some of the thrash heads who are caught headbanging more often than not, but Plague of Conscience is a stellar effort and well worth it in my book
Plague of Conscience. Release date: February 6th, 2012. Plague of Conscience. 05:01.
Savage Messiah is a thrash metal band from England. They released their first album, Spitting Venom, in 2007. So, while, they're a new discovery for me, they've been around for a while. This is a band, that based on their first 3, now, albums has changed slightly with every album. Well some changes haven't been so slight. But, they've also stayed true to their sound. A lot of bands find this hard to do, but these guys have succeeded so far. To get the one complaint out of the way, the guitar sound on this album seems a little flat . Plague Of Conscience 9/10 fades in slowly, but starts the album off on a fast and heavy note. This one could benefit more from the guitar sound of Insurrection, but it's a very nice track. The singer uses a high pitched scream to help introduce the song.