Twister have released the first song from their highly anticipated new album.
‘Call to Arms’ is an anthemic, up-tempo rock song that combines sing along hooks with roaring guitar riffs.
Produced, Mixed and Engineered at Parr Street Studios in Liverpool by Tony Draper, and mastered by Frank Arkwright at Abbey Road Studios, every element of the mix combines for three and half minutes of classic rock that leaves you wanting more.
‘Call to arms’ opens with a melody reminiscent of the sound of an old music box. It has you waiting in anticipation, until suddenly powerful percussion and heavy guitars grab your attention. It is an excellent way to start a track; harking back to the classic progressive-rock sound of the seventies.
The lyrics are instantly memorable from the first listen, with lines such “Take my hand, hold it close, don’t ever let it go” leading into chorus.
When the music drops and all that’s left is Stevie Stoker’s vocals before the final chorus, the rush of energy that builds in that moment is incredible. Then the instruments come back in and this glorious, high energy rock continues.
“This is a call to arms, what are you waiting for?”, sings Stevie – a hook that will no doubt have fans singing along on their stereos at full volume.
‘Call to Arms’ is a glimpse of what is to come from Twister’s upcoming album Cursed and Corrected, due to be released on November 13th 2020.
If ‘Call to Arms’ is a taste of the album, then the songs that follow are sure to be spectacular.
‘Call to Arms’ is available to stream and download now.
Twister’s new album, Cursed and Corrected, will be released on 13th November 2020.