00:09 - moonflash Heroes, another show which went to the dogs after an utterly brilliant first season.
00:07 - moonflash Yeah the "twists" became increasingly predicatable as the seasons progressed. I especially hated the Kate episodes, just couldn't stand the useless insights into her life-story which contributed nothing to the plot whatsoever.
23:55 - Mattybu Actually the real twist of Lost is hidden in an encrypted code, at the 12:37 point in each episode a quick flash appears on screen and when you piece them together its a number, text that number to 866712-LOST to vote
Epica have presented the second part of the studio documentary of The Quantum Enigma, which gives you another opportunity to hear bits of new music from the album. The Dutch band warns that this video contains a lot of new music. If you are curious, just watch the video below and tell us what you think.
Epica have presented the first part of the studio documentary of The Quantum Enigma. The documentary gives a behind the scenes look at the recording process of the band's sixth studio album that will be released in May through Nuclear Blast. It also previews the first music from the upcoming album. Don't miss out on the chance to listen to the first new material below.
Epica revealed another piece of the puzzle of their impending new album The Quantum Enigma. The Dutch metallers launched an Instagram page and took the opportunity to share the album's cover art. Feast your eyes on the final result right here. As for the album's release, it is set for May 2nd in Europe, May 5th in the UK and May 13th in the USA via Nuclear Blast Records.
Dutch symphonic metallers Epica have finally unveiled what the "TQE" stands for in their new album title. The first details have been revealed and we know now that their 6th studio album is called The Quantum Enigma. Furthermore, the exact release dates will be: May 2nd in Europe, May 5th in the UK and May 13th in the USA via Nuclear Blast Records.
The production errors seem to be chasing Epica. After a problem with their last album where the vocals were missing on the last track "Serenade Of Self-Destruction", the band has been informed that there has been a production error on their newly released Retrospect DVD/Blu-ray. On a small part of the Blu-ray pressing, an incorrect disk was put in the final packaging. There is also an error on disk two of some of the DVD pressings, where the outro is missing.
Epica might be busy recording their new album, but they don't forget their upcoming DVD Retrospect. In fact, today they have released another clip from the live release this time of the song "The Phantom Agony". This is the second video released from their 10th anniversary DVD. You can watch the band in action below.
It has begun. Finally, the Epica guys are back in the studio, to record what will be their 6th album, the follow-up to the controversial Requiem For The Indifferent. The new album, yet untitled, will be released via Nuclear Blast Records in the spring of 2014.
Epica present us today a clip from the forthcoming Retrospect DVD. This is the first full song taken from the release which is now available to watch. Enjoy the band performing "Unleashed" (from Design Your Universe) below. This show was recorded on their 10th anniversary where the band was accompanied by the seventy piece Extended Reményi Ede Chamber Orchestra and the Miskolc National Theatre Choir.
Dutch symphonic metal band Epica celebrated their 10th anniversary with a special event, dubbed Retrospect, on March 23rd in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. The band was accompanied by the seventy-piece Reményi Ede Chamber Orchestra and the Miskolc National Theatre Choir, playing an unforgettable three-hour best-of set which was filmed for posterity. Now you can see the trailer of the upcoming release below. You can expect to have it on November 8th, 2013 when Nuclear Blast releases it.
Symphonic metallers Epica have set their return to the stage for the 30th of April 2014 on the band's Dutch new album release show at 013 in Tilburg, The Netherlands. This performance will mark the start of a new world tour after taking a tour break due to Simone's pregnancy, the Retrospect DVD release (November 8th) and the writing and recording of their upcoming new album.
Dutch symphonic metal band Epica celebrated their 10th anniversary with a one-night-only event dubbed Retrospect. The band was accompanied by the seventy piece Extended Reményi Ede Chamber Orchestra and the Choir of Miskolc National Theatre, playing a 3-hours best-of set in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, this past March. Today, the band has unveiled the cover, tracklist and release date of Retrospect. On November 8th, Nuclear Blast will release it as a deluxe hardcover book with 48 pages both as a 2DVD/3CD and 2Blu-ray/3CD version.
Epica have released an update now that their Requiem For The Indifferent touring cycle is over. As previously announced, the band will not be playing shows in the upcoming months due to Simone Simons' pregnancy but during this time, the group will complete the Retrospect DVD and the recordings for the new album start at the end of this summer for a 2014 spring release.
The Dutch symphonic metal band Epica has confirmed that they will stop playing live from the 1st of July due to Simone Simons' pregnancy, but the DVD of their 10 year anniversary called Retrospect will be hitting stores next fall. In other good news, the group also plans to write a new album in the second half of 2013 and release it in 2014.
Dutch symphonic metallers Epica, who have recently celebrated 10 years of their existance, have announced 3 new exclusive shows. The band will be performing in Finland, Belarus and Russia in the end of May, beginning of June, this year.