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Slaves Wage

by Slaves Wage

The four song, debut release from Slaves Wage with smooth, melodic vocals; crunching, plodding guitars; scorching solos and a message that injects Life into the heart...come be a part of the experience!
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Show Me The Way
4:36 $1.25
2. I Feel You
5:34 $1.25
3. Insurrection Injection
6:21 $1.25
4. Still Got A Lot
5:52 $1.25
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
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Now you might be thinking, "Has this guy forgotten about that classic rock sound he started off hunting for?" Here's a band with a sound very close to classic Black Sabbath but with a purely Christian message. I introduce you now to Slaves Wage.

Slaves Wage doesn't have a CD out yet, but they've got four songs available in mp3 format. Slaves Wage is pure, Christian heavy rock. "Show Me the Way" sings of how we sometimes can't hear God's voice, but to be patient and ask that He reveal Himself clearly. "I Feel You" tells of that feeling of awe when we realize we can actually talk to God and He actually talks to us. "Insurrection Injection" says we're constantly bombarded by worldliness, but as long as we have choice, we can make that life-change for Jesus. "Still Got A Lot" says we might feel low, but we're made in God's image and when we start living in Christ, He will reveal untapped abilities in us we'd never realize without Him.

All these messages come in clear vocals with that heavy plodding crunching guitar and percussion backing of early classic metal. It's not speed metal with the whining high-pitched guitar. It's not thrash metal with its noise-instrumentals. And it's not modern hardcore with its Cookie Monster growled or screamed vocals. Slaves Wage is pure classic metal.



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