APOCALYPTICA: 'Life Burns' Video Posted Online

APOCALYPTICA's video for their new single, "Life Burns", has been posted online. Check it out: Windows Media (Broadband, Dial-Up), Real Media (Broadband, Dial-Up).

The third single from the Finnish cello rockers' self-titled album, "Life Burns" is scheduled for release on Monday, April 11. The maxi-single version of the CD contains the album version of the title cut, featuring a guest appearance by THE RASMUS frontman Lauri Ylönen, as well as a previously unreleased instrumental version. Also included are demo versions of two new songs from the "Apocalyptica" songwriting sessions.

01. Life Burns (feat. Lauri Ylönen)
02. Life Burns (instrumental)
03. Deep Down Ascend (demo version)
04. Kellot (demo version)

APOCALYPTICA have been announced as special guests for RAMMSTEIN's open-air shows at the Wuhlheide in Berlin, Germany on June 23-26. A complete list of currently confirmed tour dates can be found at this location.


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