History Music / Apocalyptica

10th Jun '16 8:56:45 PM Quilladin206
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* ReligionRantSong: "I'm Not Jesus" is a Type 3. See above for more information.
7th Jun '16 10:37:38 PM gewunomox
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* [[SonataArctica Tony Kakko]]: Guest Vocals (2008 in Finland and Japan)

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* [[SonataArctica [[Music/SonataArctica Tony Kakko]]: Guest Vocals (2008 in Finland and Japan)
7th Jun '16 9:16:54 PM gewunomox
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* Gavin Rossdale (Music/{{Bush}}) on "End of Me"

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* Gavin Rossdale (Music/{{Bush}}) (Bush) on "End of Me"
7th Jun '16 9:16:28 PM gewunomox
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* Adam Gontier (ThreeDaysGrace) on "I Don't Care"

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* Adam Gontier (ThreeDaysGrace) (Music/ThreeDaysGrace) on "I Don't Care"



* Cristina Scabbia (LacunaCoil) on "SOS (Anything But Love)"

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* Cristina Scabbia (LacunaCoil) (Music/LacunaCoil) on "SOS (Anything But Love)"



* Lauri Ylönen (The Rasmus) on "Life Burns!" and "Bittersweet"

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* Lauri Ylönen (The Rasmus) (Music/TheRasmus) on "Life Burns!" and "Bittersweet"



* Matt Tuck (Bullet for My Valentine) on "Repressed"

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* Matt Tuck (Bullet for My Valentine) (Music/BulletForMyValentine) on "Repressed"



* Nina Hagen on "Seemann"

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* Nina Hagen Music/NinaHagen on "Seemann"



* Ville Valo ([=HIM=]) on "Bittersweet"
* Gavin Rossdale (Bush) on "End of Me"

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* Ville Valo ([=HIM=]) (Music/{{HIM}}) on "Bittersweet"
* Gavin Rossdale (Bush) (Music/{{Bush}}) on "End of Me"



* Joe Duplantier (Gojira) on "Bring Them to Light"

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* Joe Duplantier (Gojira) (Music/{{Gojira}}) on "Bring Them to Light"
5th May '16 7:47:46 PM aye_amber
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* Max Cavalera (Ex-{{Sepultura}}, Music/{{Soulfly}}, Cavalera Conspiracy, Nailbomb) on "Repressed"

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* Max Cavalera (Ex-{{Sepultura}}, (Ex-Music/{{Sepultura}}, Music/{{Soulfly}}, Cavalera Conspiracy, Nailbomb) on "Repressed"
27th Feb '16 5:33:04 AM TokyoByNight
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* Sandra Nasic (Guano Apes) on "Path Vol. 2"

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* Sandra Nasic (Guano Apes) (Music/GuanoApes) on "Path Vol. 2"
19th Feb '16 11:42:03 PM Dravencour
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* TributeBand: Apocalyptica began their career covering Metallica songs with their cellos.
19th Feb '16 11:41:20 PM Dravencour
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* TributeBand: Apocalyptica began their career covering Metallica songs with their cellos.
19th Feb '16 11:40:21 PM Dravencour
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* AntiLoveSOng: Lyrically, "Anything But Love" details a female character talking to the man who is going to rape her. She essentially tells him to be as cruel and evil as he wants ("Go on infect me, go on and scare me to death.") and make sure she is traumatized and scared. Because she'd rather that than have him love her.

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* AntiLoveSOng: AntiLoveSong: Lyrically, "Anything But Love" details a female character talking to the man who is going to rape her. She essentially tells him to be as cruel and evil as he wants ("Go on infect me, go on and scare me to death.") and make sure she is traumatized and scared. Because she'd rather that than have him love her.
8th Dec '15 8:35:24 AM erforce
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* Max Cavalera (Ex-{{Sepultura}}, {{Soulfly}}, Cavalera Conspiracy, Nailbomb) on "Repressed"

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* Max Cavalera (Ex-{{Sepultura}}, {{Soulfly}}, Music/{{Soulfly}}, Cavalera Conspiracy, Nailbomb) on "Repressed"



* ''Plays Metallica By Four Cellos'' (1996, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin consists entirely of Metallica covers]], [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Exactly what it says on the tin]])

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* ''Plays Metallica By Four Cellos'' (1996, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin consists entirely of Metallica covers]], [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Exactly what it says on the tin]])covers]])



* ''[[ChronologicalAlbumTitle 7th Symphony]]'' (2010)

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* ''[[ChronologicalAlbumTitle 7th Symphony]]'' ''7th Symphony'' (2010)


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!!This band has examples of:

* AntiLoveSOng: Lyrically, "Anything But Love" details a female character talking to the man who is going to rape her. She essentially tells him to be as cruel and evil as he wants ("Go on infect me, go on and scare me to death.") and make sure she is traumatized and scared. Because she'd rather that than have him love her.
%%BreakUpSong: "I Don't Care"
* ChronologicalAlbumTitle: ''7th Symphony'' is the band's seventh album.
* CoverVersion: After Music/{{Metallica}}, the band went on to covering song from Music/FaithNoMore, Music/{{Sepultura}}, Music/{{Pantera}}, Music/{{Slayer}}, Music/DavidBowie and Music/BlackSabbath.
* DistinctDoubleAlbum: The first disc of ''Amplified: A Decade of Reinventing the Cello'' is all instrumentals, second consists of songs with vocals (some of which were previously released as instrumentals.)
* {{Instrumentals}}: Apocalyptica does almost entirely instrumentals. It helps that they don't actually have a vocalist in their lineup and all of their songs with lyrics are sung by guest vocalists.
* LastNoteNightmare: "Fisheye" from their self titled album ends like this. When you think the song is over, a few more measures of thrashy and cacophonic cello and drum noise ensue.
* MrFanservice:The band actively plays to this trope, most often playing on stage shirtless just to please the fangirls. This was particularly evident with Eicca in the early days, though he's put his shirt back on and Perttu Kivilaakso has taken the role.
* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: The band is a Sibelius-Academy-trained cello-metal ensemble, who began as a Music/{{Metallica}} tribute band.
* PedophilePriest: "I'm Not Jesus" is an angry song from the perspective of an ex-victim of one of these.
-->I thought you were a good man\\
I thought you talked to God\\
You hypocratic, messianic, child-abusing turned satanic!\\
Do you remember me?\\
Do you remember me?\\
The kid I used to be?
* SopranoAndGravel: The sung version of "Bittersweet" [[PlayingWithTropes plays with the trope]] by way of guest vocalists Ville Valo from H.I.M. and Lauri Ylönen from Music/TheRasmus): both are male, and Lauri's higher tenor voice is actually the graveled one in comparison to Ville's velvet-smooth bass. It makes an interesting effect when Ville suddenly slides up into the same range as Lauri.
* VideoFullOfFilmClips: The music video for "Hope Vol. II" features clips from French horror thriller ''Film/{{Vidocq}}''. The song itself appears in the film's ending credits.
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