Friday, September 23rd, 2022

Apocalyptica - Cell-0 Tour

Leprous, Wheel

$32.50 ADV / $38 DOS
Doors: 6:00 PM / Show: 8:00 PM 18+ Years
Apocalyptica - Cell-0 Tour

Event Info

Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
925 3rd Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37201

This event is 18+, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Valid government-issued photo ID is required for entry. No refunds will be issued for failure to produce proper identification.

There are no COVID-19 vaccination or test requirements for this event. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By visiting our establishment, you voluntarily assume all risks related to the exposure to or spreading of COVID-19. 

This ticket is valid for standing room only, general admission. ADA accommodations are available day of show.

All support acts are subject to change without notice.

Any change in showtimes, COVID-19 protocols, and other important information will be relayed to ticket-buyers via email. 

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Artist Info


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 figurative deconstruction of humanity, exacerbated through the lens of 2020 and several of the songs are inspired by 'Hyperion Cantos' by Dan Simmons. The constant thread through all of the songs is that they consider a narrow aspect of what it is to be human, in all of our brilliance and all of our ugliness.” 

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