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> Apocalyptica - 7th Symphony 2010, Cello Metal | Full Cd | VBR Kbps | 82.34 Mb | Mirrors

| | Sunday, August 1, 2010



At the same time, 7th Symphony contains songs that rock harder than anything they’ve done since 2001 when they released the epic, transfixing album Cult, their first album to contain mostly originals. In the same way that Cult caused fans to view Apocalyptica from a different perspective, 7th Symphony is the next forward step in the group’s creative evolution. Most of the songs on the disc were produced by Joe Barresi (Queens of the Stone Age, Tool) and two of the four vocal numbers were produced by Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Papa Roach).

“Joe told us, ‘You know guys, this album will bring your metal fans back’” Toppinen says. “It’s heavier and more exciting. It has a very dramatic classical-metal mixture. And the hard stuff is really hard.”

In addition to the six symphonic tracks, 7th Symphony features four songs with vocals that were co-written with other established artists. The first single, “End of Me” was co-written with Johnny Andrews and Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale, who sings on the tune. “It’s definitely a cool rock song,” Toppinen says. “Gavin definitely had his own ideas and wanted to change some of the music and lyrics, but working with him was pretty easy. He’s a nice guy and he’s very professional.




01. At the Gates of Manala
02. End of Me (featuring Gavin Rossdale of Bush)
03. Not Strong Enough (featuring Brent Smith of Shinedown)
04. 2010 (featuring Dave Lombardo of Slayer)
05. Beautiful
06. Broken Pieces (featuring Lacey Mosley of Flyleaf)
07. On the Rooftop With Quasimodo
08. Bring Them to Light (featuring Joseph Duplantier of Gojira)
09. Sacra
10. Rage of Poseidon




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