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Album Review

Apocalyptica was a cool concept: four classical cellists playing arrangements of Metallica songs. But that was their first EP, and that was a long time ago. Now they play instrumental hard rock and bring in guest vocalists. The returns have diminished. "End of Me" features former Bush vocalist Gavin Rossdale. Brent Smith of Shinedown shows up for "Not Strong Enough," a power ballad that sounds like a performance from a televised country music awards show. When the cellos are fed through pedals, the sound can be quite impressive, like a guitar, but five times more room-filling and powerful. The best track is "2010," which features a guest performance by Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo, who drives the music ferociously, like a speeding train straight into hell.

Customer Reviews

Broken Pieces

Lacey Mosley/Sturn has a brilliant voice. I've been following her music for years. This song just backs it up. Definitely my favourite song at the moment. A 5 star song.


Love it. Esp 'Broken Pieces' good choice picking Lacey Sturm (Flyleaf) for the vocals.


Formed: 1993 in Helsinki, Finland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Helsinki, Finland quartet Apocalyptica were initially comprised of classically trained cellists Eicca Toppinen, Max Lilja, Antero Manninen, and Paavo Lotjonen; formed in 1993, the group made waves internationally in 1996 with Plays Metallica by Four Cellos, which combined their formal background with their love of heavy metal. The album found favor with both classical buffs and metalheads alike, and two years later, Apocalyptica resurfaced with Inquisition Symphony, which featured covers of material...
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