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It’s taken from our anniversary Since they formed in 1993, Finnish orchestral rock band Apocalyptica has released six studio albums featuring numerous cello-based instrumentals along with some vocal-based songs.
Whatever styles they’ve explored - from atmospheric interludes to fast, battering rhythms - their music has been gripping, dynamic and full of melody.
’” At the same time, 7th Symphony contains songs that rock harder than anything they’ve done since 2001 when they released the epic, transfixing album Cult, their first album to contain mostly originals.“It’s a beautiful acoustic song recorded in one take in the studio.” If “Beautiful” sounds bare and vulnerable, it might have something to do with the way in which it was recorded. “It was a moment where there were four guys naked in the room just playing acoustic music. We tried with clothes on, and we were like, ‘Oh, something is missing.’ Mikko wanted to celebrate his bass playing by being naked, so he was already naked so we thought, ‘Okay, everybody else should get naked, too.’ Immediately, it was much more fun.” Apocalyptica started writing 7th Symphony last fall and Sirén flew to Los Angeles in January to record the drums.But as soon as he arrived, Toppinen had a sudden burst of creativity back home. “So I was just sending him demos and he was tracking the songs.We realized, ‘Okay, the first album sounds horrible, so let’s make another one which is more exciting.’” On 1998’s Inquisition Symphony Apocalyptica refined their approach and procured better production from Otto Donner and Hiili Hiilesmaa.Like their debut, the album featured Metallica songs, but it also included covers of songs by Faith No More, Sepultura, Pantera and three originals.
Then we recorded all the other parts, and it was strange to go into a studio to record songs that we hadn’t fully rehearsed and that didn’t even have the final arrangements. But it was exciting because it made us do things in a different way and be creative all the time.