APOCALYPTICA Music Featured In German Movie

According to a posting on the official APOCALYPTICA web site, the band's music will be featured in a German movie entitled "Die Mandantin", which is set to air on the ZDF network on March 13 at 8:15 p.m. CET. The film, which was directed by Marcus O. Rosenmüller, features a soundtrack consisting entirely of APOCALYPTICA compositions.

As previously reported, APOCALYPTICA have been confirmed for this year's Hurricane Festival, set to take place June 23-25 in Scheessel, Germany. Other acts scheduled to perform include MANU CHAO RADIO BEMBA SOUND SYSTEM, DONAVON FRANKENREITER, ADAM GREEN, HARD-FI, THE HIVES and SIGUR ROS.

Upcoming APOCALYPTICA shows:

May 25 - Eskisehir, TUR - 222 Park
May 26 - Ankara, TUR - Cankaya
May 27 - Izmir, TUR - Fuar
May 28 - Istanbul, TUR - Yeni Melek
May 30 - Skopje, MAC - Ice Hockey Arena
Jun. 23 - Le Mans, FRA - Hellfest Festival
Jun. 24 - Neuhausen Ob Eck, GER - Southside Festival
Jun. 25 - Scheessel, GER - Hurricane Festival

APOCALYPTICA's self-titled album was released in January 2005 via Universal. The CD includes a guest appearance by SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo on a song called "Betrayal/Forgiveness". The track, which is described by APOCALYPTICA's Perttu Kivilaakso as a "really fast, thrash metal-influenced song," marks the second time Lombardo has played on an APOCALYPTICA CD, having previously performed on 2003's "Reflections".


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