Jag Panzer - Mechanized Warfare mp3 album

54:14
Jag Panzer - Mechanized Warfare mp3 album
Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Power Metal
  • Performer:
    Jag Panzer
  • Title:
    Mechanized Warfare
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Power Metal
  • Duration:
    54:14
  • Recording Location:
    Living Room Sound Works, Mesa, AZ
Jag Panzer - Mechanized Warfare mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1193 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1417 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1491 mb
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    585
  • Formats:
    WMA DMF MIDI MP2 MP1 TTA

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Take to the Sky Chris Broderick / Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin Jag Panzer 5:28
2 Frozen in Fear Mark Briody / Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin Jag Panzer 3:42
3 Unworthy Mark Briody / Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin Jag Panzer 6:09
4 The Silent Chris Broderick / Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin Jag Panzer 5:15
5 The Scarlet Letter Mark Briody / Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin Jag Panzer 3:53
6 Choir of Tears Chris Broderick / Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin Jag Panzer 6:11
7 Cold Is the Blade (And the Heart That Wields It) Mark Briody / Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin Jag Panzer 5:55
8 Hidden in My Eyes Chris Broderick / Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin Jag Panzer 4:26
9 Power Surge Chris Broderick / Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin Jag Panzer 6:14
10 All Things Renewed Mark Briody / Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin Jag Panzer 7:01

Credits

Mark Briody - Composer, Engineer, Guitar, Keyboards, Member of Attributed Artist
Chris Broderick - Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Member of Attributed Artist
Harry "The Tyrant" Conklin - Composer, Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Jag Panzer - Primary Artist
Brian Miller - Choir/Chorus
Jim Morris - Audio Production
Travis Smith - Artwork
Keith Spargo - Choir/Chorus
Rikard Stjernquist - Drums, Member of Attributed Artist
John Tetley - Bass, Bass (Electric), Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals



Simple fellow
Like most Traditional Metal bands returning to success after years of a pause that seemed to determine their disbandment, Jag Panzer beat their iron hot as long as they had an audience. Their 2001 album Mechanized Warfare was one of the dowels used to complete the portrait of a band who was trying to return to the scene after a long disbandment. As soon as the unique standard six-string/seven-string guitar couple of Mark Briody (the first) and Chris Broderick (the second) enter, it’s obvious that the album is going to sound bombastic and self-imposing as ever. It isn’t a problem, since the band weren’t doing all of this “for the love of money”, but only to see again the public on a venue. Mechanized Warfare features plenty of moderately enjoyable tracks that, even if repetitive, feature soulful vocal performances and a decent rhythmic section. It may not be anything special (not even the dramatic closer “All Things Renewed”), but the band here is doing the job right, and that’s enough.Highlights: “Unworthy”, “All Things Renewed”.