2014

Apocalyptica Prepare for New Album with U.S. Tour First Single 'End Of Me' Features Vocals By Bush's Gavin Rossdale

Single Radio Impact Date June 29; Album Release Date August 24th

NEW YORK, May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to symphonic metal, no one has a pedigree like Finland cello-based quartet Apocalyptica. And this summer they'll demonstrate their abundant skills and dramatic performance flair during a run of North American shows to support their upcoming seventh album 7th Symphony. The tour launches May 21 in Nashville, Tennessee at the WBUZ Hootenanny and runs through July 17 with a headline show at the Buffalo Town Ballroom.

7th Symphony was produced by Joe Barresi (Coheed and Cambria, Queens of the Stone Age, Bad Religion), and is scheduled for release August 24. The album will feature eight instrumentals plus four tracks with guest vocals including the first single "End Of Me" featuring lead vocals by Bush's Gavin Rossdale. In addition, producer Howard Benson (Three Days Grace, Creed, My Chemical Romance) returns for production duties on two tracks on the forthcoming album.

The conservatory-trained musicians of Apocalyptica (three of whom are graduates of the prestigious Sibelius Academy in Helsinki) started playing Metallica covers in 1993 and in 1996 they released their critically acclaimed debut Apocalyptica Plays Metallica by Four Cellos. But it was 2007's Worlds Collide that broke the band into an international phenomenon.  The disc featured numerous guest stars. Slipknot's Corey Taylor appeared on "I'm Not Jesus," Lacuna Coil's Cristina Scabbia sang on "S.O.S. (Anything But Love)," Rammstein vocalist Till Lindemann performed on a cover of David Bowie and Brian Eno's "Helden" and Three Days Grace Singer Adam Gontier sang his heart out on "I Don't Care." "I Don't Care" blasted Apocalyptica through the stratosphere, and peaked at number one on the Billboard rock chart. Apocalyptica promoted Worlds Collide with a world tour that included numerous stops in North America.

Now, Apocalyptica are coming back to shake the world again. Don't be left in the rubble.

May 21  

Nashville, TN

WBUZ Hootenanny

May 22

Louisville, KY

Headliners Music Hall  (Headline show)

May 23/24

Columbus OH

Rock On The Range Festival

May 29

Indianapolis IN

X103 May Day

July 15

Cadott WI

Rock Fest

July 16

Pontiac, MI

Eagle Theatre  (Headline Show)

July 17

Buffalo, NY

Town Ballroom  (Headline Show)



SOURCE Jive Records



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