Apocalyptica

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Apocalyptica

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Band

Origin: Helsinki, Finland Flag of Finland.svg
Active: 1993 - Present
Genre: Cello Metal
Website: www.apocalyptica.com
Eicca Toppinen
Perttu Kivilaakso
Paavo Lötjönen
Mikko Sirén
Franky Perez
Max Lilja (formerly)
Antero Manninen (formerly)

Apocalyptica is a Finnish symphonic metal band from Helsinki, formed in 1993. Read more...

Connection to Rammstein

  • In 2003, Apocalyptica released a cover of Seemann with Nina Hagen on vocals. They also released the song as a single.
  • Apocalyptica were the support act of Rammstein during most dates of the Reise, Reise Tour in 2005. They occasionally performed Ohne dich and Mein Herz brennt together.
  • Later that year, the band contributed the "Kerosinii Remix" to the Benzin single.
  • In 2007, the band covered the David Bowie song Helden with Till Lindemann and Richard Kruspe.
    • Rammstein later sued their label GUN records, who were responsible for promoting the album, as the promotion of the album did not conform to the wishes of the band. The lawsuit ended with the closure of GUN records.[1]
  • Apocalyptica occasionally performed together with Rammstein on a few concerts.

Connection to Emigrate

Drummer Mikko Sirén is the studio drummer for Emigrate since the album Silent So Long.

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