Oct 312020
 

Yet from My Epic has become a cornerstone of the band’s discography. The record turned 10 this year and My Epic had planned an extensive tour to celebrate. Now that plans have had to change, My Epic have decided to celebrate the album’s 10th anniversary by releasing an updated mix of the fan-favorite song ‘Lower Still,’ accompanied by a video. The song boasts a remix by long-time collaborator Matt Goldman, and new vocal tracks from the band’s good friend Levi The Poet.

Of the new ‘Lower Still’ mix, Aaron Stone says: “It’s not a better version; just a different one, but we hope people will enjoy it. We are so thankful for all the friends and experiences that we’ve had and look forward to what lies ahead. Yet is a record that means a lot to us and we have been so thankful to hear how much it’s meant to others over the years.”

Listen to the new mix of ‘Lower Still’ at SpotifyApple, and everywhere you stream music. A video for the new song can been seen below.

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My Epic – “Violence” (ep)

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Sep 122019
 

My Epic has returned with Violence, their promised follow up to 2018’s Ultraviolet (ep) which was an introspective look at faith and questions that are “beyond what we can see and know”.  While Ultraviolet took a quieter approach, Violence shows the band taking a more abrasive tact.

North Carolina natives My Epic now call Fredericksburg, VA home and can trace their roots as a band back to 2005.  The ep This is Rescue (2006), and the first album  I Am Undone (2008) were released on Dreamt Music, an imprint of Facedown Records.   The band’s  follow up album, Yet (2010), ended up on the Heatseekers charts, as did the follow up Behold, in 2013.

As I wrote back in 2018 when reviewing Ultraviolet

As projects go, My Epic has taken on dealing with things which are beyond what we can see and know, and things that we do see but can’t fit into our paradigm.  Certainly big questions and from a larger perspective, Ultraviolet seems a perfect fit for one side of the story.  Chiming guitars, layers and layers of sound and atmosphere that seems very far from the worlds of metal or punk.  Vocals are smooth and calming and provide just the right atmosphere for the introspective, questioning  lyrics.  In many ways, this reminds me a bit of some of the ambient black metal projects I love so much, but in this case keyboards, electronic effects, and clean guitars provide the background. Continue reading »

Apr 152019
 

The second single from My Epic’supcoming “Violence” EP just dropped! Check out ‘Bloody Angles’ below. “Violence”is the second part of the double ep project and will be released on May 10 via Facedown Records. Pre-order your copy today.

The first single ‘White Noises’ ft. Cory Brandan (Norma Jean) is released earlier this month.

Aaron Stone on the new EP

This record named itself long before we knew why. Before a single riff or lyric was written, we started talking about Violence. We always try to write about whatever is in front of us. It’s the only way we know to be authentic. But this time it was staring us right in the eyes and standing too close for comfort. It was a hard couple years and we poured it all into the record. It’s a record about loss, confusion, anger, authenticity, addiction, and the hope that comes from staring right back. We’ve written a lot of records about the importance of celebrating and valuing the beautiful truths but it’s just as important to condemn the ugly ones. There is a time for rejoicing, for resting, for peace, and there is a time for violence. Continue reading »

Apr 022019
 

The first single from the upcoming My Epic EP “Violence” is here! Listen to ‘White Noises’ on Spotify, Apple Music or wherever you listen to music. “Violence”is the second part of the double ep project and will be released on May 10 via Facedown Records. Pre-order your copy today.

Aaron Stone on the new EP

This record named itself long before we knew why. Before a single riff or lyric was written, we started talking about Violence. We always try to write about whatever is in front of us. It’s the only way we know to be authentic. But this time it was staring us right in the eyes and standing too close for comfort. It was a hard couple years and we poured it all into the record. It’s a record about loss, confusion, anger, authenticity, addiction, and the hope that comes from staring right back. We’ve written a lot of records about the importance of celebrating and valuing the beautiful truths but it’s just as important to condemn the ugly ones. There is a time for rejoicing, for resting, for peace, and there is a time for violence. Continue reading »

My Epic – “Ultraviolet” (ep)

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Jul 252018
 

My Epic has released Ultraviolet, the first of a two part ep concept series exploring faith and things that are too big to be understood with the second part, Violence, to be released in late 2018.

While calling Fredericksburg, VA home for now, My Epic has its roots in North Carolina and trace their beginning as a band under that name to 2005.  In 2006, the band released their first ep, This is Rescue and the first album was in 2008 with I Am Undone being released on Dreamt Music an imprint of Facedown Records.   In 2010, the band released their follow up album, Yet, which saw the band end up on the Heatseekers charts, similar to the follow up, Behold, in 2013.

As projects go, My Epic has taken on dealing with things which are beyond what we can see and know, and things that we do see but can’t fit into our paradigm.  Certainly big questions and from a larger perspective, Ultraviolet seems a perfect fit for one side of the story.  Chiming guitars, layers and layers of sound and atmosphere that seems very far from the worlds of metal or punk.  Vocals are smooth and calming and provide just the right atmosphere for the introspective, questioning  lyrics.  In many ways, this reminds me a bit of some of the ambient black metal projects I love so much, but in this case keyboards, electronic effects, and clean guitars provide the background. Continue reading »