Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Capital Theatre. I discovered this Band while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked the energy of their music.
This band has a powerful sound with no strings attached.
A very well done production where the sounds used are researched and take into account every nuance.
The drums, followed like a shadow by the bass create an enviable rhythmic session that pushes the piece with the right emphasis.
Beautiful guitars both clean and distorted, deep and powerful, irreverent distortions able to raise the adrenaline.
The voice with its original timbre, high and decisive, distinguishes, even more, the sound of this talented band.
Very nice the mix where each sound element finds its rightful place and their songs breathe well.
Under the guidance of the wise hands of Guns ‘N Roses producer Mike Click these guys have managed to put together a really convincing sound.
Great music that the world needs in these chaotic times.
Music that can energize you and give you the drive to go on another day.
A special mention to the beautiful video directed by Gregor Nicholas.
A band that presents itself to the world in an absolutely professional way and that frankly is ‘already’ ready for the masses.
Force To Fight is Capital Theatre’s Single Out Now!
Powerful and sincere sound!
Auckland, New Zealand – NZ Rock Band CAPITAL THEATRE have spent the past six months recording their debut album with Guns N’ Roses producer Mike Clink, and released track 7 Force To Fight digitally.
The concept album follows a hero’s journey from track 1 to 10 with Force To Fight to be the crescendo of the battle. Given the global events that have unfolded in 2020, it was agreed that the stage has been set for an explosive rock track like Force To Fight to enter the zeitgeist.
The music video shot in New Zealand by acclaimed director Gregor Nicholas is set in a boxing ring where characters from extreme factions of the left and right scrap it out. Nicholas says “This is an in-your-face satire, an allegorical depiction of the fraying of American society where each opponent in the ring represents a different archetype.
The boxing ring is a metaphor for a nation polarized and convulsed by division, its factions encouraged by their leader to meet violence with violence.”
“The song itself was written in 2019 as a prediction of things to come, but yes, the video definitely is an examination of the way the world is in 2021. Are we on the verge of absolute chaos, who knows? But there are so many clear examples of how extreme it is becoming in a global society fixated on social media, with social media giants and irresponsible politicians fueling the fire,” Says Capital Theatre’s Adam Stevenson.