Capital Theatre – Force to Fight Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising 90’s rock band, CAPITAL THEATRE, from AUSTRALIA. We have reviewed their impressive song, FORCE TO FIGHT, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Capital Theatre is a promising 90’s rock band I discovered two months ago with this irresistible song, Force to Fight, released as a single in 2020. For those who haven’t heard about the band before, Capital Theatre has started their careers with a single called; Kings and Queens of Our Own Empire in 2020. Since then, the band released one more single, Force to Fight (2020). Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Capital Theatre is surely one of the most impressive and successful bands that shows huge potential with their vision, work, image, and visuals. We live in an era where indie bands are expected to reach up to the industry leader bands and artists’ standards. And Capital Theatre is a good example of it. When I watched their Force to Fight music video for the first time, I was quite impressed. Having an artistic vision is one thing, but being able to reflect your actual potential is where things get a bit complicated.

Force to Fight is a very dynamic song that has both traditional and modern rock influences within. The song catches the attention of the listener with its energy level and flow at first. The band kept everything as simple as possible while having elements showing their musical personalities, as you can also hear in the verse section. We all grew up listening to traditional rock and metal music, yet don’t forget the fact that they all had something special to offer, just like in this example.

The band makes the actual difference here with their band image, presentation, visuals, production quality, and of course, the music video. These Australian gentlemen didn’t want to film a music video just because they need one to present their new song. Instead, they worked with someone experienced and offered the world a timeless art piece that I believe they’ll be proud of all their lives. This shows a great deal about their personalities. These guys are serious, confident, so they chose to invest in their music. As I mentioned before, Capital Theatre is a very promising band who deserves good things in the future with their uncommercial aim, artistic vision, and value of their work.


Technically, Force to Fight has world-class standards such as its musicality. Everything sounds clean, clear, very well-engineered, mixed, and in great harmony. You immediately feel the amount of energy the music has. I read that they worked with a legendary producer of Guns n’Roses for this track; Mike Clink. In my book, this is a top-class job done in a very respected and admirable way.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am very impressed by Capital Theatre. Force to Fight is just the second official song released by them, and I am sure it is just the beginning of something magnificent!

FORCE TO FIGHT has earned its place in our TOP ROCK SONGS PLAYLIST.

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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates CAPITAL THEATRE for their outstanding job in FORCE TO FIGHT and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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