Apocalyptica's official music video for 'End of Me' ft. Gavin Rossdale. Click to listen to Apocalyptica on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/ApocalypticaSpotify?IQid=ApocEoM As featured on 7th Symphony. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/Apo7thiTunes?IQid=ApocEoM Google Play: http://smarturl.it/ApoEndOfMePlay?IQid=ApocEoM Amazon: http://smarturl.it/Apo7thaz?IQid=ApocEoM More from Apocalyptica I Don't Care: https://youtu.be/qxDcWvZCSRg I'm Not Jesus: https://youtu.be/PMLsF8ajI6U S.O.S. (Anything but Love): https://youtu.be/qFZ9e4wx1H8 More great Metal videos here: http://smarturl.it/UltimateMetal?IQid=ApocEoM Follow Apocalyptica Website: http://www.apocalyptica.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Apocalyptica Twitter: https://twitter.com/apocalypticafi Instagram: https://instagram.com/apocalypticaofficial/ Subscribe to Apocalyptica on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/ApocalypticaSub?IQid=ApocEoM --------- Lyrics: Rosaries left under the mattress of the memories who could bear the witness As you slip into oblivion, use it like a weapon Am I left to bleed, waiting for the moment when you've had your fun A loaded gun Take away your broken misery, cannot wait to waste your memory This love, this love is gonna be the end of me Everything I gave is wasted, I'm the one who suffocated This love, this love is gonna be the end of Can't resist poisoning the message Just a narcissist trapped inside the wreckage And the sympathy I had is gone deadened by the ceremony Drama queen stand behind your rampart as your kingdom falls, all because Take away your broken misery, cannot wait to waste your memory This love, this love is gonna be the end of me. Everything I gave is wasted, I'm the one who suffocated This love, this love is gonna be the end of me Your rescue, my undo I'm not the one to save you I'm empty completely I'm drowning in your shadow
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment End of Me · Apocalyptica / 金屬啟示錄樂團 · Gavin Rossdale End of Me ℗ 2010 Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH Released on: 2010-06-11 Associated Performer: Apocalyptica feat. Gavin Rossdale / 金屬啟示錄 Composer, Lyricist: Eicca Toppinen Mixing Engineer, Producer: Joe Barresi Composer, Lyricist: Johnny Andrews Mastering Engineer: Brian Gardner Auto-generated by YouTube.
Here is another lyric-video.Hope you enjoy,comment,and like!:) I used Adobe After Effects and Cinema 4D. I do not own the song or lyrics!All credit goes to their creator.
This is the official Apocalyptica 'Making Of' video for the single 'End Of Me', feat. Gavin Rossdale. This song is taken from the Apocalyptica album '7h Symphony'. Subscribe to Apocalyptica's YouTube channel: https://Apo.lnk.to/ApYTSubscribeID Follow Apocalyptica online: Website: https://Apo.lnk.to/ApWSID Shop: https://Apo.lnk.to/ApoShopID Facebook: https://Apo.lnk.to/ApFBID Twitter: https://Apo.lnk.to/ApTWID YouTube: https://Apo.lnk.to/ApYTID Soundcloud: https://Apo.lnk.to/ApSCID Spotify: https://Apo.lnk.to/ApSPID Songkick: https://Apo.lnk.to/ApSKID
(This title belongs to: Copyright © 2010, Sony Music Entertainment Germany, i'm not trying to claim it) 7th Symphony is the seventh studio album by the Finnish cello metal band Apocalyptica. It will be released on August 23, 2010 in Europe (August 20, 2010 in Germany), and August 24, 2010 in the U.S. Released three years after their previous album Worlds Collide, Apocalyptica has stayed with the tradition of having 4 tracks with featured vocalists, the remaining tracks will all be instrumental. Dave Lombardo of Slayer will once again be featuring on drums, on the track entitled "2010". The first single "End of Me" with Gavin Rossdale of Bush on vocals, was premiered on Finnish Radio Ylex on June 7, 2010. It will receive radio playback from June 28th, 2010, and its release date is set on August 6, 2010 in Germany. The track "Bring Them to Light" was originally written for Worlds Collide, but both Duplantier and Apocalyptica were unhappy with the original, and so they decided to re-work the track, and re-record it for their next studio album. The album is available for presale on their official website in two versions. The original album contains 10 songs as opposed to the limited edition which includes 12 songs (additional tracks being "Through Paris in A Sportscar" and "The Shadow of Venus"). The limited edition also includes a bonus DVD with filmed acoustic recordings from a session at the Sibelius Academy in Finland, recorded on June 4, 2010. Track listing 1. "At the Gates of Manala" - 7:03 2. "End of Me" (ft. Gavin Rossdale of Bush) - 3:29 3. "Not Strong Enough" (ft. Brent Smith of Shinedown) - 3:36 4. "2010" (ft. Dave Lombardo of Slayer) - 4:32 5. "Through Paris in A Sportscar" 6. "Beautiful" - 2:19 7. "Broken Pieces" (ft. Lacey Sturm of Flyleaf) - 3:55 8. "On the Rooftop With Quasimodo" - 5:00 9. "Bring Them to Light" (ft. Joe Duplantier of Gojira) - 4:42 10. "Sacra" - 4:22 11. "Rage of Poseidon" - 8:49 12. "The Shadow of Venus"
I DONT OWN ANYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! all the credit goes to who ever who/produce/made/whatever this song!!!!!!!! NOT ME!!!!!!!!!!! no copyright shit please?
Nothing New...nothing special...here it is tho! Castlevania with music by Apocalyptica.
I tried my best to interpret how you could play the two different parts on guitar. It's not perfect, but very few things in this life are. :-) Hope you enjoy! Noticed a couple of things that I regret are in the video. First is that the picture at the beginning is some what blurry which I'm not sure why since the picture had a large resolution. Second I noticed that I was wearing my PRS shirt while playing my LTD, it just happened to be the shirt I was wearing at the time. Gear used on this video: LTD Deluxe H1001 - C G C F A D Line 6 Spidervalve half stack w/Shortboard MKII Boss NS-2 "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."