Former APOCALYPTICA Member MAX LILJA: 'I Sound My Sound' Video Released
March 3, 2013
"I Sound My Sound", the new video from Max Lilja (HEVEIN, TARJA TURUNEN, ex-APOCALYPTICA),can be seen below. The song comes off his solo album, "Plays Electronica By One Cello", which came out in February.
The track listing for the CD — which showcases Max's talents as a songwriter and a master of electrified cello — is as follows:
01. I Sound My Sound 02. In SoS 03. Like This 04. Qualified 05. A State Of Mind 06. Count Phase 07. It Is In 08. You Me 09. Now 10. The End
Max was a founding member of APOCALYPTICA, and has been recording and touring with former NIGHTWISH singer Tarja Turunen since 2007. In his career, Max has played hundreds of concerts in over fifty countries.
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