Epica reveal details on live DVD “Retrospect”

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In celebration of their 10th anniversary, Epica played a very special 3-hour concert at Klokgebouw, Eindhoven (NL), on March 23rd. New songs (“Retrospect”), never-performed tracks (“Twin Flames”), covers of classics by Vivaldi, Pergolesi and John Williams, special guest appearances by Floor Jansen (ReVamp, Nightwish) and former members Jeroen Simons, Ad Sluijter and Yves Huts, and the participation of the 70-piece Extended Reményi Ede Chamber Orchestra and the Miskolc National Theatre Choir, all wrapped-up in a shower of special effects and the warmth of nearly five thousand fans.

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Quoting Mark Jansen: “Retrospect” was both our 10th anniversary party and a highlight of our career. The trailer shows it all: our loyal fans, the orchestra and choir from Hungary, an energetic band! When I watch the trailer my thoughts go back to this special day and the great team-spirit of everyone involved in this project!”

The aforemention trailer can be seen here:

“Retrospect” will be released on the 11th of November via Nuclear Blast as 2 DVDs + 3 CDs pack, delivered in a deluxe hardcover book with 36 pagesThere will also be a Blu-ray version available. Pre-order it here: http://smarturl.it/EpicaRetro.

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One Response to “Epica reveal details on live DVD “Retrospect””

  1. […] anticipation of their upcoming anniversary DVD “Retrospect” (details here), Dutch symphonic metal stars Epica have just released a video from it. The track is […]

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