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Diesel, something is missing from the end of your review.I quite like “Noise”. It’s got a lot of typical Nightwish elements, but they’re all done well, with new flourishes added to the mix that make it sound fresh. It’s a very catchy song to boot, and while the topic is the most “ok boomer” thing the band could’ve written about, the lyrics are very well assembled, as is usually the case with Tuomas.
So yeah, I like it. The music video is kinda wack though. Great cinematography but I’ll probably listen to the song on its own more than with the video.
My opinion may change once the full album is released, but currently I think “Noise” is a good first single and actually one of the best in a while. It’s typical Nightwish, but the good kind. “Élan” is a good song, but “Shudder Before The Beautiful” would have probably been a better first single for EFMB, and “Amaranth” should’ve replaced “Eva” as the first release from DPP. I’m curious to see if “Noise” is actually a good representation of the album or not.Picking the first release of a new album probably leaves bands in a bit of a quandary. If they release the highlight of the album first then there will be a lot of hype but with the risk of a backlash.
I thought it was fairly lackluster. Tarja's operatic singing is what gave Nightwish their edge, what made them stand out. I think the Rock style singing of Floor and Anette makes Nightwish more accessible in a sense, but also a bit more dull.Very bad. Not a single song from the Tarja era had such simplistic vocal lines. But the anti-Tarja brigade will probably drool over this dull song. Floor is great. Nightwish has lots of great songs. But together they have not really created really memorable new work.