Epica is widely famous for its signature symphonic metal sound. Their powerful music helped them find a strong following across Europe and have also produced a soundtrack album for the film, 'Joyride' entitled, 'The Score - An Epic Journey.' The guys are now gearing up to release new music soon. The band's guitarist Issac Delahaye stated in an interview with Heavy TV during Download Festival that they have started to work on new material and will be putting out something special for the fans soon. As of now, they are scheduled to play a concert at the Webster Hall. So, book your Epica tickets in time and watch as they set the stage on fire.
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Who could have known that the elements of orchestra and metal can be blended so perfectly, if it wasn't for Epica. He frequently uses opera choirs and other operatic instruments in their songs. They also sometimes add spoken word recitals and lyrics in Arabic and Latin. This makes their music sound distinctively unique, making them standout from their contemporaries.
The Rise of Epica
The seeds for the formation of Epica were planted when Mark Jensen quit Alter Forever in 2002. He then started to look for musicians to start a classical/symphonic group. Jensen then recruited Helena Michaelsen but soon replaced her with his then girlfriend Simone Simons as the frontwomen of the band. The duo then went on to complete the group's lineup by adding Jeron Simons, Ad Sluijter, Coen Janssen and Yves Huts. The band then assembled a string orchestra and a choir to play along with them. In 2002, they released a two-song demo called, 'Cry for the Moon' which led to them being signed with Transmission Records.
On June 5, 2003, Epica came out with their debut studio album, 'The Phantom Agony.' It landed at the eighth spot in Netherlands and was positively received by the critics. They later went on to assert their dominance in the industry and took over the European market by releasing records like, 'Consign to Oblivion,' 'The Divine Conspiracy' and 'Design Your Universe.'
Achieving International Fame
After making their mark in Europe, Epica's popularity slowly started to soar in the States and other parts of the world when they released their record, 'Requiem for the Indifferent.' It was approved by different publications and gave two singles, Storm the Sorrow and Forevermore. In addition, the record became their first effort to break into the Billboard 200 and was charted at the 105th spot. The band then came out with a couple of more efforts, 'The Quantum Enigma' and 'The Holographic Principle' both of which contributed in their rise to fame.
Coming to the States
The Epica fans are in for a treat as their favorite symphonic metal band will be visiting the United States soon. The group plans to perform a special show at the Webster Hall in New York on January 12, 2020. This is your chance to experience the raw energy they bring to their live performance. So, get your Epica tickets early and let the good times roll!
Epica Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Epica tickets is $61. The date and location for this event is 12-Jan-20 at Webster Hall, New York. The minimum get-in price for Epica tickets is $37.
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