Cyborg Asylum has recently released a brand new music video Paradigm Shift from the album Never Finished, Only Abandoned and here we are sharing the review of this music video.
Paradigm Shift Song Review
‘Paradigm Shift’ is a politically charged music video set in a dystopian, post-apocalyptic world where David and John’s preferred mode of transportation is an armored tank-like vehicle. The song questions the logic of the current political climate around the world. So, here we are sharing the review of Paradigm Shift song and we will divide the review into three parts which are mentioned below.
Audio + Music
If we talk about the audio of the song then no doubt it’s simply superb, and can make you to groove on the beat. Everything of the audio including music, mixing and mastering is top notch.
Now let’s talk about the vocals of the song which are delivered by our very own Paradigm Shift. And yes he gave very finest vocal delivery, an artist has to give vocals again again until it could’t get the best vocals delivery. I’m pretty sure he has to put a lot of efforts and not just this but you can guys can also feel the hard work while listening this song.
Now it’s the final part of the review and as you guys have already read about the music video in the starting of the article that “‘Paradigm Shift’ is a politically charged music video set in a dystopian, post-apocalyptic world where David and John’s preferred mode of transportation is an armored tank-like vehicle.” Whenever you will watch this music video for the very first time I am 100% sure you will intentionally say ‘WOW’ because the music video is giving the shear hollywood look and it brings the song on whole new level of hollywood.
Not just these but the song Paradigm Shift is raising questions about the current political situation which you will feel while watching it.
So, today in this article I just shared the review of Paradigm Shift by Cyborg Asylum and I hope you guys will also love the song as well.
Watch Paradigm Shift music video in below music player