Symphonic metal band Epica kicked off their European tour this week in support of their new disc ‘Requiem For The Indifferent,’ however, it was without their new bassist Rob Van der loo. Van der loo, who recently joined the band replacing the departing Yves Huts, was forced to sit out this leg of the tour due to some unforeseen medical issues.
Just weeks after releasing the symphonically swirling 'Requiem for the Indifferent,' Dutch metal band Epica have parted ways with bassist Yves Huts. He had been a member of the band since the very beginning, but has decided that it is time to move on and follow a different career path that would not be sustainable if he were to remain a touring musician.
Epica is gearing up to release their fifth studio album on March 9 in Europe and March 13 in the states. In an interview with Noisecreep, frontwoman Simone Simons talks about the balance of being a strong vocalist while still maintaining her femininity.
For the past few weeks, Dutch symphonic metal band Epica have been releasing video teasers that take fans behind the scenes of the in-depth and complex arrangement of the songs on their new album. Each video has added a new layer to their new song ‘Monopoly on Truth,’ the opening track from their upcoming release, ‘Requiem for the Indifferent,’ due out on March 9.
Epica have released the third installment of their in-depth web series. The multi-part webisodes tease the upcoming March 9 release of their latest studio album, ‘Requiem for the Indifferent,' giving fans a unique behind the scenes look.
Epica’s new album, ‘Requiem for the Indifferent,’ is due out on March 9. Leading up to the release, the Dutch band has launched a video series, giving fans a unique look at the making of the disc and the complex nature of how it all comes together.
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