Epica - New Single Released, Confirmed For Czyzynalia Festival


The second single from the upcoming Epica album, The Quantum Enigma, is called Unchain Utopia and it is being released today as a digital download from iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Deezer and other digital platforms. You can see the single cover art below as well as an audio sample here. Enjoy it!

The new album is being released this May and the first single "The Essence Of Silence" is available for streaming here.



Single Artwork




In other news, the Dutch band has been confirmed to perform at the Czyzynalia Festival in Krakow, Poland on the 16th of May. Other upcoming festival appearances confirmed are Pinkpop Festival, Nova Rock Festival, Masters Of Rock, Vagos Open Air and Heavy MTL Festival, among others.

Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Epica
 
Posted: 08.04.2014 by Nifheim


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08.04.2014 - 17:39
ScottyM
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08.04.2014 - 17:45
Ismarmlp
Amazing song <3
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08.04.2014 - 19:54
Dargor
Good song, but sounds a bit boring past the first minute, especially after after listening to The Essence Of Silence. I'm sure it'll be better in the context of the full album.
The orchestrations and choirs are really good tho.
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08.04.2014 - 21:23
CyberSymphony
Ollie
Still not warming to the new Epica songs, musically its ok but I don't like Simone's vocals very much. Very meh feeling with this.
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08.04.2014 - 23:46
AngelofDeth
Cyborg Raptor
Love it! Really stoked on this new material after the lackluster Requiem. It's true the vox are a little wierd on those verses but after a bar I got used to them so not bad at all and damn those orchestrations are great and the song structure is fantastic. Hope to see a music video for this song.
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pewpew.. gotcha
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09.04.2014 - 01:03
Teravolt_Danny
I thought Requiem had several solid songs on it, I'm not sure what people's issue with it really was.

As for the two new songs... I think musically they are nice, but they don't really have the addicting melodies that Epica songs typically have... instead they are just kind of... and I hate to use this word... generic.
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