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St. Louis Apocalyptica Show To Be Broadcast Live Online

Finnish celloists Apocalyptica are touring with Dir En Grey in support of their latest album, "7th Symphony." They will have their August 31st performance from The Pageant in St. Louis, MO broadcast live. The show will start at 9 PM EDT. For more information on the live broadcast, check here.

Most of the songs on "7th Symphony" were produced by Joe Barresi (Queens of the Stone Age, Tool) and two of the four vocal numbers were produced by Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Papa Roach).

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1. CynToriko writes:

Woot!!! Gonna ROCK!

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2. WOLF7 writes:

I was disappointed by the album... a friend of mine played a few new tracks for me months before the album came out and well, based on those tracks, I expect the album to be much heavier

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3. deathbringer writes:

I just got it the other day myself. It's interesting, and pretty good I think. I don't really expect them to be all out heavy any more. With all the range of vocalists they are using, they will always have some more mainstream songs. Thankfully they don't really go the pop route that the recent albums did. There is a good bit of somber sounding symphony arrangements too, and I'm not sure I like THAT much.

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