DEBUTS NEW SONG
‘LIVE OR DIE’
FEATURING SABATON’S JOAKIM BRODÉN
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE
STUNNING NEW ALBUM
CELL-0
OUT NOW
Today, Finland’s multi-Platinum cello-rockers Apocalyptica release their brand-new track and music video, ‘Live Or Die’ featuring guest vocals from Sabaton’s Joakim Brodén via Silver Lining Music.

The song boasts an undeniably dynamic liaison in heavy metal – the spellbinding music of Apocalyptica and the potent, iconic vocals of Sabaton’s Joakim Brodén coming together to create a fierce battle cry focused on the desecration of our planet. ‘Live Or Die’ was composed by Apocalyptica and recorded in Finland with Apocalyptica and Martin Hansen (Scorpions) producing. The video, directed by Ville Juurikkala and filmed in Berlin, is a fiery performance piece that features Brodén on vocals.

Apocalyptica and Sabaton have a new but notable history of collaboration. Most recently, the two bands recorded a version of the 2010 Sabaton track ‘Angels Calling’ released in November 2019, with a companion music video. In addition, Apocalyptica was Special Guest on Sabaton’s just-concluded, critically acclaimed, SRO, 15-country European tour, that included Apocalyptica joining Sabaton onstage every night for a half dozen songs. As one UK reviewer wrote, “The chemistry between the two bands was absolutely incredible. Apocalyptica were throwing around their cellos just as hard as Sabaton were throwing around their guitars.”  

In support of their current studio album release, the all-instrumental Cell-0, Apocalyptica – cellists Eicca Toppinen, Perttu Kivilaakso, Paavo Lötjönen and drummer Mikko Sirén – will kick off the first leg of their 2020 North American tour on May 3rd in Orlando, Florida. The band will bring their moving and live performances to 20 cities over a three-week period wrapping up on May 26th in Boston, MA. With a set list that will vary night to night, Apocalyptica’s performances will be comprised of new songs from Cell-0 as well as from the band’s rich catalogue. Lacuna Coil will support on all North American dates.

Whilst Europe will enjoy one of the most engaging, exciting and ‘Apocalyepic’ events of the year this coming Autumn 2020, when the cello metal giants Apocalyptica unite with Epica to entertain audiences all over the continent, from Budapest to Barcelona, on the Epic Apocalypse Tour. The two will co-headline, showing both a refreshing camaraderie and lack of ego, and will be joined by the exciting, progressive metal band Wheel, who will open each night with their engaging time-defying grooves and deep social exploration.

Tickets are on sale now; go to https://www.apocalyptica.com for all pre-sales, VIP packages, and ticketing  details.

APOCALYPTICA EUROPEAN 2020 DATES
MARCH 
12th – Logomo, Turku, Finland
14th – Pakkahuone, Tampere, Finland
5th – Musiikkikeskus, Kuopio, Finland
27th – Tullisali, Oulu, Finland
28th – Rytmikorjaamo, Seinäjoki, Finland
APRIL
13th – Échos & Merveilles, Le Bascala, Bruguières, France
MAY
1st – Guitar Guinness Record, Wroclaw, Poland
JUNE  
18th – Amfiteáter Raca, Bratislava, Slovakia
19th – Amfiteáter, Terchova, Slovakia
20th – Nummirock Metal Festival, Kauhajoki, Finland
AUGUST
7th – Olavinlinna, Savonlinna, Finland
OCTOBER  
21st – Komplex, Zurich, Switzerland
22nd – Metropole, Lausanne, Switzerland
23rd – Fabrique, Milan, Italy
25th – Barba Negra, Budapest, Hungary
26th – Hala Vodova, Brno, Czech Republic
27th – Tonhalle, Munich, Germany
29th – Berns, Stockholm, Sweden
30th – Sentrum Scene, Oslo, Norway
31st – Amager Bio, Copenhagen, Denmark
NOVEMBER
2nd – Capitol, Hannover, Germany
3rd – Docks, Hamburg, Germany
4th – Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany
6th – Progresja, Warsaw, Poland
8th – Haus Auensee, Leipzig, Germany
9th – Gasometer, Vienna, Austria
21st – Ice Hall, Helsinki, Finland
26th – Coliseum, Lisbon, Portugal
28th – Gamma, Murcia, Spain
29th – La Riviera, Madrid, Spain
30th – Razzmatazz, Barcelona, Spain
DECEMBER
3rd – Zenith, Paris, France
4th – AB, Brussels, Belgium
5th – Roundhouse, London, UK
7th – O2 Academy, Bristol, UK
8th – O2 Academy, Glasgow, UK
9th – Academy, Manchester, UK
11th – AFAS Live, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
12th – Den Atelier, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
15th – Carlswerk Victoria, Cologne, Germany
16th – Schlachthof, Wiesbaden, Germany
17th – MHP Arena, Ludwigsburg, Germany

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