Apocalyptica “Cell-0 Tour”
with Special Guests : Leprous, Wheel
Wednesday, Sep 14 2022
SHOW AT 6:30pm | DOORS AT 7:30pm
Instrumental | Metal
“Cell-0 represents the core of everything. For us it is a particle that symbolizes the essence of all. That is to say, where everything comes from and where everything ends up…” -Eicca Toppinen – Apocalyptica (cellist and founding member) Apocalyptica are true explorers, always seeking new frontiers and uncharted territories in which to express themselves. With Cell-0, their 9th studio album, the ambitious and electric quartet have not simply returned to their non-vocal roots, they have traveled deeper and further into the universe of instrumental music than ever before. That first love and passion which fueled Apocalyptica to form during 1993 in Helsinki now carries richer layers of knowledge and experience, which in turn have led to the band to a fundamental realization and creative path. “We wanted to challenge ourselves to find further flavours in the cello itself,” says cellist Perttu Kivilaakso “had we found them all? Had we....
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with Special Guests :
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Wheel is a Finnish prog-metal band based in Helsinki, consisting of James Lascelles (Vocals/Guitar), Santeri Saksala (Drums), Aki ‘Conan’ Virta (Bass) and Jussi Turunen (Lead Guitar). They released their debut album ‘Moving Backwards’ in February 2019, and just released their second album ‘Resident Human’ on March 26th 2021. “Sonically, we wanted to make an album that was a bit rougher around the edges than Moving Backwards was; we live in a time where it is possible to edit and manipulate nearly everything and this time, we chose not to edit far more than we chose to fix things; this mentality seemed to tie in well with the album theme. We believe that the thing that gives our band it’s unique chemistry is where the groove lies between the players and we wanted listeners to be able to really feel that through these recordings. Topically, the album is a….