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4.7 out of 5
284 Ratings

284 Ratings

oerenius ,

New album, great album

So I was psyched to be at the concert for this in LA. Truly an awesome group, and awe-inspiring when they play live. If you have the chance, I highly recomend. After that side note, here's the review; world's collide contains only works written by apocalyptica (and Gontier) for apocalyptica; no covers. And frankly, I'm glad. In this one, they begin to show some real flair for music and continue to define their sound as eclectic and unique. Of course, this is not without stumbles; some songs (Ion in particular) are a little lackluster - good, but get boring after numerous listens (which I've given this entire album).
Top songs: Grace, Last Hope (if u like drums, this is ur number one), Worlds Collide, I'm not Jesus, and Peace. I Don't Care is good, but it borders a bit too much on the emo.

peace

KAHockmuller ,

Breathtakingly different

I was first told about these guys by a friend of mine, and they are amazing. Their instrumental songs are exquisite, and totally metal. I love the idea of having heavy metal music, then putting in a cello. The idea is original, and fabulous, and as long as these guys keep doing their original instrumental stuff, they're going to go far. The instrumentals are way better than the songs with vocals, but the vocal songs are good as well. The songs are all original, which is amazing, buy this one before listening to their covers (though they are good as well. Definately recomend it, heard the deluxe version was good as well.

Grey Payne ,

music at it's perfect form...

Being the newest of Apocalyptica's albums this CD brings an innovative and radical new sound to the band's quality. featuring many original compositions and fantastic guest singers this CD's songs range from provocitive hardcore metal to amazing harmonic instrumental. Music to fit every mood and personality type in existence, I guarantee youll fall in love with this Band after one song...

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