Detroit’s Midtown is buzzing with culture and is home to some of the best music venues in the city. At the heart of this exciting district rests the prestigious Majestic Theatre. The building is over one hundred years old and carries a lot of music history in its walls. Last Thursday the venue’s marquee lit up with the name Apocalyptica. The Finnish act brought their Cell-0 Tour to Motor City, and they picked the perfect place to promote their latest record. Along with Italy’s Lacuna Coil, the night was set up for an enchanting experience filled with glamor, energy, and theatrics. The brisk April night started off with a queue of symphonic metal enthusiasts lining up around the building. Soon the large and ornate theatre room was filled with eager devotees ready for the music to begin.
Louder Than Life Festival has announced its lineup for 2022, seeking to top the epic edition in 2021. Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails, Slipknot and KISS will headline the festival of 100 artists over 4 days! Joining them will be Rob Zombie, Bring Me The Horizon, Alice In Chains (And A Separate Set From Jerry Cantrell), Alice Cooper, Incubus, Evanescence, Lamb Of God, Tenacious D, Yungblud, Chevelle, Papa Roach, Halestorm, Mastodon, In This Moment, The Pretty Reckless and many more! Taking place from September 21st – 25th 2022, the fest takes place at The Highland Festival Grounds at KY Expo Center Passes are on sale now for $10 down (through March 31) at the link below. Continue reading
Apocalyptica has announced they have been forced to postpone their expected co-headline tour of Europe with Epica, “The Epic Apocalypse” until 2023. The band cited “the worsening situation of Covid all around Europe” as the cause of the second postponement of the tour that was to take place originally in 2020. This move does not affect their current tour of churches in Finland.
Apocalyptica will embark on a run dates of churches in their homeland of Finland this month, returning to touring and performing full shows in these sacred, unique spaces. The band has also announced a potential livestream companion to the shows, made possible with crowdfunding. Each show will cost only 13 Euros. See the message from the band, and links to stream or purchase tickets in person.
Finnish Symphonic Metal band Apocalyptica has launched a Tik Tok and already have put out some great content! Check out their posts and follow them today. The band has a string of tour dates next month, kicking off in Russia and trekking through Europe. The band has postponed other tours with Evanescene and another with Lacuna Coil. They continue to support their album Cell-0, and have put out a string of new singles and collabs with other artists, including their latest single – “Venomous Moon” – featuring The Rasmus.
When Brazilian thrash legends Sepultura parted ways with frontman Max Cavalera in 1996, many thought that would be the end of the road. An acrimonious divorce that seemed to favour neither party, the remaining members auditioned several well known musicians before eventually choosing Ohio born Derrick Green as the man to replace the outgoing Cavalera brother.
Apocalyptica has shared a brand new cover of classic rock staple “White Room” made famous by Cream. The track which is an expansive mashup of Rock, Classical, Metal, and Nu Metal features Papa Roach singer Jacoby Shaddix on lead vocals. It was produced by Howard Benson at West Valley Recording Studios in Woodland Hills, California, and mixed by Chris Lorde-Alge. Check it out!
The “Epic Apocalypse Tour” featuring symphonic titans Epica and Apocalyptica with support by prog metallers Wheel has been postponed to spring 2021. Epica’s Simone Simons comments: “As we were awaiting our tour with Apocalyptica with great anticipation, we are now forced to have a little bit more patience. This might not come as a surprise, as you have all seen our colleagues in the music business rescheduling their tours as well. We have decided that it is the best thing to do during these uncertain times. “We want to give you the best possible experience and value your health deeply. We will be back full force and can’t wait to see all your faces again when you hear our new music live for the first time. Everybody stay strong and be patient, your waiting will be worth while.”
Finland’s legendary group Apocalyptica released their new album Cell-0 (Universal ) earlier this year, the band has postponed their 2020 North American tour to 2020. Pettru Kivilaakso shared a video message to fans! “Hi guys…we surely are living in unbelievable times at the moment…”Continue reading
Two Long-Running Symphonic-Influenced Metal Bands, Epica and Apocalyptica have joined forces for a co-headline tour of Europe later In 2020. The “Epic Apocalypse Tour” starts in Zurich on October 21st and will conclude December 7th at Bristol’s O2 Academy. direct support on all dates to come from Wheel! tickets for all shows and VIP upgrades will be on sale from 10:00 a.m. cet on Friday, February 21.