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Album Review

Requiem for the Indifferent, the fifth outing from the Dutch progressive metal outfit, is a typically elaborate and ambitious affair, incorporating copious amounts of choral work and classical arrangements into the band's neatly established blend of goth, progressive, power, and symphonic metal. Like fellow neo-classical rockers Leaves' Eyes and Lacuna Coil, Epica sport a frontwoman with an impressive set of pipes, and mezzo-soprano Simone Simons' operatic vocals ride front and center on standout cuts like "Delirium" and "Storm the Sorrow," while lengthy narratives like the title cut and "Serenade of Self-Destruction" dutifully showcase the band's technical mastery of the genre.

Customer Reviews

It's beautiful

Her voice makes me shiver and melt :D


Sick as f%[k

Only getting better

This is what I love about Epica. Nightwish come out with Dark Passion Play, brilliant, yet they can't continue it with their next album. Epica don't just continue it, they improve. Their proggression is amazing. The first couple, up to Delirium, once you get into them, are supurb. So I good I haven't even go the rest yet!

For those who don't know Epica, a great place to start, for those who want Epica's earlier style, with grunt like Decide Your Universe, this is the place to be.

All things said, Decide Your Universe will always be my favourite.


Formed: 2003 in Reuver, Netherlands

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Originally calling themselves Sahara Dust, Holland's Epica formed in early 2003 when After Forever guitarist Mark Jansen decided to break away from the group he had helped found in order to start an operatic metal project all his own. After drafting teenaged mezzo-soprano Simone Simons, guitarist Ad Sluijter, keyboardist Coen Janssen, bassist Yves Huts, and drummer Jeroen Simons, Epica entered Wolfsburg, Germany's Gate Studio with a classically trained choir and string section to lay down their ambitious...
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Requiem for the Indifferent, Epica
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: 09 March 2012

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