I don't know what specific lube would be best for your bandsaw, but 90W is commonly known as grease, not oil.
The 90W lube used in automotive manual transmissions and differentials is perfectly suitable for bearings and gear surfaces, so it would probably be my choice for a bandsaw gearcase, unless the saw is in a very cold location.. then I might choose a lighter viscosity.
The one characteristic of any 90W lube that I've used (not synthetic) is the strong odor of sulfur.
Oil is packaged by volume (quart/liter, gallon etc), and grease is packaged by weight. You'll find a weight on 90W bottles, even though some containers are the about the same size as a quart bottle. Heavy 90W gear lube for outboard/marine lower units is commonly sold in squeeze tubes, but it's also packaged/sold by weight.