EPICA vs METROPOLE ORKEST | Launch lyric video; ‘Beyond The Matrix – The Battle’ out now


EPICA VS METROPOLE ORKEST –‘Beyond The Matrix – The Battle’ out today; lyric video launched!

To celebrate the release of their new 10” inch today, metal giants EPICA have launched a lyric video to their bombastic track ‘Beyond The Matrix – The Battle’ – a unique collaboration with the Dutch Grammy-award winning METROPOLE ORKEST. Watch the clip, here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UP8vRlp9PzM

Singer Simone Simons states:

“Here it is, our lyric video from ‘Beyond the Matrix- the Battle’.  Get ready to dive into the sea of pure tranquility together with EPICA and the Metropole Orkest”

In the summer of 2017, with the help from their massive fan base, EPICA won a high-profile competition organized by the METROPOLE ORKEST. First prize was a recording of a song of their choice with the orchestra. In between EPICA‘s heavy touring schedule, the band was able to conjure up a unique, never-before-seen ‘Big Band meets Symphonic Metal’ rendition of ‘Beyond the Matrix’. As a bonus to all voters, runner-up in the competition and friend of the band, Arjen Lucassen (AYREON) contributed a beautiful guest-solo on the song.

EPICA vs METROPOLE ORKEST – ‘Beyond The Matrix – The Battle’ is out today and available as a limited-edition vinyl and digital download through Nuclear Blast. You can order the limited-edition 10-inch and bundles from the band‘s webshop http://smarturl.it/epica_vs_mo or from the Nuclear Blast mail-order: http://nblast.de/EpicaBeyondTheMatrix

Digital version: http://geni.us/EpicaBeyondTheMatrix

EPICA has also confirmed the following shows for 2019 so far:

29.06.                 NL          Hertme – Openluchttheater

03. – 06.07.         D            Ballenstedt – Rockharz Open Air


www.epica.nl www.facebook.com/epicawww.nuclearblast.de/epica

Thomas Nielsen
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When my old buddy Kenn Jensen asked me if I wanted to contribute to the new site he had created, then called powermetal.dk, I didn't hesitate. My love for metal music was and is great. I wrote my first review during the summer of 2004 (Moonspell's 'Antidote' album). In 2015, I took over the editor-in-chief role.

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