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Juxtaposing brutal waves of sound with serene contemplative passages, My Epic achieve an otherworldly grandeur on their third album, Behold. There’s a cathedral-like loftiness to many of its tracks, undergirded by Aaron Stone’s monolithic guitar lines and the anchoring rhythms of bassist Jeremiah Austin and drummer Matt Doran. Behold shows an increased post-rock influence, evident in the minimalist arrangements and extended length of tracks like “Confession” and “Lament.” The album’s cinematic sweep is used to convey a worshipful message. Stone’s high tenor vocals humanize the music's sometimes-austere textures, leading listeners through dreamily ambient soundscapes (“Arise”), dramatic Pink Floyd-esque ballads (“Royal”), and luminous, delicately wrought passages (“Zion”). From the upbeat rush of “Curse” to the brooding testimony of “Selah,” My Epic explore nuances within their approach while sustaining a sense of spiritual drama. The closing track, “Arrive,” celebrates the Second Coming with rumbling percussion and seething guitar washes that suggest Ennio Morricone’s Western film soundtracks.

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True story

I have recently started weeping in public places. The reason is because I have My Epic's albums are showing up on my shuffle and with their songs, no matter where I am, I lose sight of everything and crumble before the Glory of God. My Epic I pray that you stay encouraged in your calling and thank you for you obedience!

One of the most powerful albums I’ve heard!

You will not regret buying this album. Powerful worship that is extremely rare to find

So pumped for this album

I cannot wait for this album this bands song have so much power behind they turn a horrible day into a great one I'm so happy to find a band that seems after gods own heart. I cannot wait to hear this album.


Formed: 2005 in Charlotte, NC

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Christian alt-rock band My Epic was formed in 2004. Following the break-up of their former band Shaddai, members Aaron Stone, Jesse Stone, and Matt Doran decided to regroup as a trio, eventually releasing an independent EP This Is Rescue in 2006. After signing with Dreamt Records, the band recorded their debut LP, I Am Undone, in 2008 followed by 2010's Yet. Around this time, a variety of personnel shifts took place with the addition of Jeremiah Austin and the...
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Behold, My Epic
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Dec 10, 2013

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