Album Review: INTERCONTINEN7AL - INTERCONTINEN7AL (2020)

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 INTERCONTINEN7AL - INTERCONTINEN7AL
Release Date: December 20, 2020
Label: selfrelease
Format: Digital
Length: 47:05
Genre: Prog Rock / Alternative Rock / Folk
Origin: Earth

INTERCONTINEN7AL is a worldwide collective of musicians. And they absolutely come up to their name, as INTERCONTINEN7AL features artists from all seven continents (Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Europa, North America, Oceania/Australia, and South America). A dozen songs has been written, recorded, and assembled on this album which can be streamed or downloaded (see links below). All proceeds of the album go to the COVID-19 General Relief Found, and you can also donate directly on the collective's homepage.


The album is a sonic declaration of love to our home planet, to life, and to peaceful coexistance of nature, species, and humakind. The abridged message of this impressive album is: we are one kind, one big family, so let us support each other and shape the future.
The musical styles on "INTERCONTINEN7AL" are mostly located in the realms of Progressive Rock. A little influence from AOR can be spotted here and there, Alternative Rock has a certain influence on many of the twelve songs, and harmonies of (Progressive) Folk appear frequently.


This is a beautiful and artistic tribute to planet Earth an its preservation - a project worth supporting, and an impressive work of music likewise.

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