The noisy sound that invades the premiere of Sammliz, a powerful instrumental combination that grows in the verses divided between the former member of the Madame Saatan group and one of the top names in Pará music, singer Dona Onete.

Between beats and electronic tracks, effect-laden guitars, playing lightly on the dirty psychedelia of Stoner Rock, bow in a way to leverage the poetry released. In the verses, themes such as female empowerment, the violence suffered daily by women and the uprising against any and all types of oppression. The song still arrives accompanied by a clip directed by Adrianna Oliveira.