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Life Burns!

"Life Burns!"
Single by Apocalyptica featuring Lauri Ylönen
from the album Apocalyptica
Released April 11, 2005
Format CD single
Genre Cello metal
Alternative metal
Label UMG
Apocalyptica singles chronology
"Wie Weit/How Far/En Vie"
(2005)
"Life Burns!"
(2005)
"Repressed"
(2006)

"Life Burns!" is a song by the Finnish cello rock/heavy metal band Apocalyptica, featuring Lauri Ylönen from The Rasmus.

The song was originally released on Apocalyptica's sixth studio album Apocalyptica on January 24, 2005. The single was released on April 11, 2005.

Track listing

  1. "Life Burns!" (feat. Lauri Ylönen)
  2. "Life Burns!" (Instrumental)
  3. "Deep Down Ascend" (Demo version)
  4. "Kellot" (Demo version)

Appearances in other media

External links

  • Apocalyptica's official website
  • The Rasmus' official website
  • Full lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
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