7th Symphony

7th Symphony

by Apocalyptica


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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.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/24/2010
Label: Red Int / Red Ink
UPC: 0886976359027
catalogNumber: 63590
Rank: 46634

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Apocalyptica   Primary Artist,Vocals
Joe Barresi   Vocals
Howard Benson   Keyboards
Paul Bushnell   Bass
Gavin Rossdale   Vocals
Johnny Andrews   Vocals
Brent Smith   Vocals
Joseph Duplantier   Vocals
Ossi Tuomela   Vocals
Lacey Sturm   Vocals

Technical Credits

Joe Barresi   Producer,Engineer
Howard Benson   Programming,Producer
Dave Lombardo   Composer
Guy Sigsworth   Composer
Diane Warren   Composer
Mike Plotnikoff   Engineer
Gavin Rossdale   Composer
Apocalyptica   Arranger
Dirk Rudolph   Art Direction
Paavo Lotjonen   Composer
Eicca Toppinen   Composer
Mike Fasano   Drum Technician
Johnny Andrews   Composer
Jun Murakawa   Tracking Assistant
Nino Laurenne   Recording Assistant
Hatsukazu "Hatch" Inagaki   Engineer
Mikko Siren   Composer
Jon Nicholson   Drum Technician
Matias Kupiainen   Drum Engineering
Fiora Cutler   Composer
Andrew Schubert   Engineer
Brad Townsend   Engineer
Perttu Kivilaakso   Composer
Joseph Duplantier   Composer
Ossi Tuomela   Recording Assistant

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7th Symphony 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This band is very talented. I love the instrumental tracks just as much as, if not more than, the vocal tracks.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago