I honestly wouldn't even know where to begin to analyze or break down "Wisdom, Justice, and Love"/MLK's speech and how it plays into the album. Hearing MLK's distorted voice in a repeated loop at the end just gives it this really airy and also somehow dense feeling. If I had to describe the tone of the interlude in one word I'd probably pick "evocative" or like others have stated "haunting". I don't think they could have picked a better way to transition into "Iridescent", a song dealing with loss, despair, and desperation. The tone and power of MLK's voice encapsulates (I hate this word, lol) it all. I love how each interlude circles around the theme of the next song while also flawlessly transitioning into it, making ATS flow as one whole piece rather than bits that have no relation to each other. It's one whole interconnected story and as amazing as ATS is, the context of the album and its subject matter is flat out depressing (Try to catch up, motherfucker!). I mean, of course a multi-concept album based on human fear and conflict would be depressing They really accomplished something truly special with ATS. I don't know what it is, but it's perfect. Maybe I'm overrating it or thinking to deep into it, but compared to their other albums this one just really sticks out.