New Apocalyptica Album
2010-07-26 by fromtheinside | 26 Comments

Cello Finnish metaller's Apocalyptica will release their seventh studio album 7th Symphony on August 23, 2010 in Europe and the following day for the US. The band has stayed with the tradition of having four tracks with featured vocalists; Gavin Rossdale (Bush), Brent Smith (Shinedown), Lacey Sturm (Flyleaf), and Joe Duplantier (Gojira). They also recorded with Dave Lombardo (Slayer) for a guest spot on the drums for one of the tracks.

The albums first single "End of Me" is currently circulating the radio waves, and a video has been posted on the bands myspace - http://www.myspace.com/apocalyptica



The track listing is as a follows:

1. "At the Gates of Manala"
2. "End of Me" (ft. Gavin Rossdale of Bush)
3. "Not Strong Enough" (ft. Brent Smith of Shinedown)
4. "2010" (ft. Dave Lombardo)
5. "Through Paris In A Sportscar"
6. "Beautiful"
7. "Broken Pieces" (ft. Lacey Sturm of Flyleaf)
8. "On the Rooftop With Quasimodo"
9. "Bring Them To Light" (ft. Joe Duplantier of Gojira)
10. "Sacra"
11. "Rage of Poseidon"
12. "The Shadow of Venus"

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fromtheinside
July 26th 2010

16382 Comments


[img]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/2/2b/Apocalyptica_-_7th_Symphony.jpg[/img]

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fromtheinside
July 26th 2010

16382 Comments


slayers involved probably a classic.

Apollo
July 26th 2010

10083 Comments


that album art is sick, and I have always liked this band. Looking forward to the song with teh chic from Flyleaf.

East Hastings
July 26th 2010

4391 Comments


2. "End of Me" (ft. Gavin Rossdale of Bush)
3. "Not Strong Enough" (ft. Brent Smith of Shinedown)
fail fail
9. "Bring Them To Light" (ft. Joe Duplantier of Gojira)
WIN

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
July 26th 2010

17339 Comments


Hooray, more boring radio rock with a cello gimmick...

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BallsToTheWall
July 26th 2010

44164 Comments


Already posted this but you got the artwork but still.

And also Hyperion, their instrumental works are terrific, including their Metallica covers. people give this band too much shit for their guest vocalists.

Also, sup Kid Buu.

anotherdeadjuliet
July 26th 2010

263 Comments


Their best effort was Reflections, that has some really awesome songs on it.

G3N3R1C
July 26th 2010

1945 Comments


Album will probably be decent. (at least)

anotherdeadjuliet
July 26th 2010

263 Comments


Reflections is their best because it was the last album before they started using vocalists and aiming for a radio hit.

fromtheinside
July 26th 2010

16382 Comments


ah shit. broly's in the house.

TheBloodTypo
July 26th 2010

757 Comments


@anotherdeadjuliet

None of their stuff was even noticed until they started pulling people from other bands. I miss when they didn't just play underlying parts to a guest singer. :/

Zizzer
July 26th 2010

915 Comments


I don't know... the self-titled had Farewell and Ruska... both ace. They need to avoid bands like Three Days Grace and Shinedown though, or at least not conform their music to fit those vocalists' bands' music.

TheBloodTypo
July 26th 2010

757 Comments


Yeah! The band has four cellos in it, yet they seem to play one bass part with a guest singer.

BallsToTheWall
July 26th 2010

44164 Comments


Let;s battle. Maniac! should be fat Buu.

Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
July 27th 2010

17339 Comments


@ Balls I know, i own their first three albums, they're still a good listen. The distortion cello gimmick turned radio-rock killed it for me though.

eatmorchickin
July 27th 2010

76 Comments


i thought that chick's last name was Moseley.

Zip
July 27th 2010

5313 Comments


This could be awesome.

crowing51
July 27th 2010

3444 Comments


This could be awesome. [2]

Kronzo
July 27th 2010

977 Comments



This could be awesome. [3]

botb
July 27th 2010

9284 Comments


another mainstream sounding album by them i presume? i miss their older stuff

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omgraptors
July 27th 2010

804 Comments


worlds collide is their best, sorry.

Zizzer
July 27th 2010

915 Comments


Except it had "I Don't Care"

fromtheinside
July 27th 2010

16382 Comments


yeah we need fat buu and super buu up in this bitch.

krig9412
July 28th 2010

791 Comments


Guest vocals with Gojira you say? Yeah, I'm sold

krig9412
July 28th 2010

791 Comments


Also, "will release their seventh studio album Seventh Symphony"

I see what you did tharr

Puzzles
July 28th 2010

3065 Comments


Isn't this the Metallica Cello Tribute Band?



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