Review | Kyo Shikabami “Change the World”

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A classic, hyped-up hard rock sound takes over in Kyo Shikabami’s (CV: Fumiyoshi Shioya) “Change the World”.

Title: Change the World
Release date: 25/06/2022
Label: Movic
Genre: Hard-rock

Tracklist:

1 - Change the World

Track analysis:

1 – Change the World

Hard rock takes the lead with shredding guitars and pounding drums instantly making you want to jam along to this track. 

Now, this is a fun intro to hype you up to the rest of the song.

The verses in “Change the World” are straightforward, Having an infectious groove in its comfortable mid-tempo.

Fumiyoshi Shioya brings a lot of control with his smooth mid-tones for this part. The control he shows to his singing tone in this performance is worth pointing out.

Things don’t change dramatically in the chorus but you’ll notice that those shredding guitars take the backseat as a bit of technicality is introduced with a solo guitar distorting harmonics on your right ear.

In this part, Shioya brings a bit of vibrato and raises his tone a bit to match the instrumental’s tension and what you get is an unreal steady performance.

In the bridge, fans of guitar solos will be delighted to find the awesome melodies going on in that section, leading everyone back for a final, powerful chorus. But not without putting that bassline to the test with punchy rhythms.

Top marks in a song that hit all the right spots vocally and instrumentally.


Change the World is available for streaming on Spotify.

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REVIEW OVERVIEW

Change the World

SUMMARY

"Change the World" is all about its shredding guitar riffs, powering its way through a fast-paced and exciting instrumental. For those of you that are fans of hard-rock, this song will certainly cater to you, better yet if with the dashes of classic rock going on. When it comes to the vocals, Fumiyoshi Shioya delivers a confident performance that brings to the spotlight vibrato not to mention an insane control . Top marks in a song that hit all the right spots vocally and instrumentally.
Vanessa Silva
Vanessa Silvahttps://www.handthatfeedshq.com
The Hand That Feeds HQ founder, content creator, and music reviewer. Basically, the only person managing everything at The Hand That Feeds HQ. Stumbling upon Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" in 2011 was the start of this journey. If music is thought-provoking or deep, you may find her writing almost essays (not limited to, but it happens a lot with Soma Saito's music). She's the producer and host of the male seiyuu-centric podcast, SEIYUU LOUNGE (see Spotify link in this profile).

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"Change the World" is all about its shredding guitar riffs, powering its way through a fast-paced and exciting instrumental. For those of you that are fans of hard-rock, this song will certainly cater to you, better yet if with the dashes of classic rock going on. When it comes to the vocals, Fumiyoshi Shioya delivers a confident performance that brings to the spotlight vibrato not to mention an insane control . Top marks in a song that hit all the right spots vocally and instrumentally.Review | Kyo Shikabami "Change the World"