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.
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Finnish metal masters Apocalyptica have shared a brand-new single and corresponding beautiful new video for “Rise”. The track comes off of their album Cell-0, due out this January 10th via Silver Linings Records. Ghost Cult first broke the news of a new album in our interview with the band earlier this year. Watch it now! Continue reading
Corey Taylor has confirmed in a new interview with Eddie Trunk that he is very likely to make his debut solo album in 2021. The project will take him away from Slipknot and Stone Sour. Up to now Taylor has only toured occasionally as a solo act, put out a few singles, and of course guested with many other artists ranging from Soulfly, Apocalyptica, Dream Theater, Korn to Code Orange and more. Taylor told Trunk: Continue reading
Metal legends Apocalyptica has signed a new deal with Silver Lining Music for a new album due in 2020. The band’s new all-instrumental album was recorded over a three-month period at Sonic Pump studios in Helsinki and was mixed by Andrew Scheps (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lana Del Rey, Metallica, Black Sabbath). An early 2020 release is expected. The album will be an all-instrumental album with no guests, like their earliest material. Continue reading
The Tennessee Performing Arts Center rests directly in the heart of downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Known for hosting all the Broadway shows that come through Music City, this cultural center is a venue that caters to a variety of performances. Including an occasional Heavy Metal show. The Finnish act, Apocalyptica came to town last Tuesday to celebrate the anniversary of their debut album, Plays Metallica by Four Cellos (Mercury/Universal). This acclaimed group of guys, known for their unique use of the Cello, came out with their first record just over twenty years ago and have been on the road all around the world honoring its notable significance. Continue reading
Sabaton has shared the first new song from their upcoming new album, The Great War, due out from Nuclear Blast on July 19th. Listen to their cover of Apocalyptica’s ‘Fields of Verdun’ right now! Continue reading