War’s The Noise by Intercontinen7al: Review
How can music improve the world? Tell them about Intercontinen7al’s latest release, “War’s The Noise” and you have yourself an epic musical healing. The classic rock release is an explosive rock classic that electrifies the room it’s playing in.
Intercontinen7al is a band with a fairytale backstory. Since their debut, they’ve released 12 original songs to aid charities and others. The geniuses spent numerous hours on the instrumentals for their release. Matt Smith, Marcin Nawrocki, & Miami73’s guitars, and Andrasta’s emotive vocals set the tone for the song’s theme. We can make out saxophones and a solid drum beat. The arrangement and production of the tune, which features percussion, bass, and pianos, elevate the song’s main message. A fiery guitar solo played by Matt Smith and Marcin Nawrocki serves as the song’s explosive coda. The guitar solo is an outstanding part of the song, full of heartfelt phrases that convey profound emotion. After this, the song ends on a reflective note with some sax and clear guitars. Artists from Europe, North America, and South America are represented in War’s The Noise.
In order to capture violence and peace in the song, they built up instrumental melodies that burst in the end. With its thought-provoking lyrics, the rock classic is likely to become the war song of choice. So be sure to check out “War’s The Noise” to benefit a cause and enjoy good music.
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Photo credits: Gustavo Fedrizzi
Review by: Audrey Castel