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Jeremiah & Aaron of My Epic work in different capacities in their local church & have just received official permission to move forward with three internships (in worship ministry, graphic design, & video production) which last for a year. Check out the video below & if interested send your portfolio, resume, or story to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Facedown Records posted a pic on Facebook showing a test press for the My Epic album “Yet” and said that the vinyl is coming soon. Check out the pic below and sound off in the comments about your favorite “Yet” song.
Our very good friends in My Epic released an instrumental version of their latest album Behold today. It’s streaming on Spotify and currently available on all digital outlets.
Facedown Records have announced that My Epic will be releasing a digital instrumental version of the band’s latest album, titled Behold, on May 27th. You can check out the track “Arise” & the album cover below. Pre-order on iTunes.
Hey guys, Vince here back with another artist interview. This time around I’m chatting with Aaron Stone, the voice behind the music and lyrics of My Epic, the band that doesn’t quite seem to fit on Facedown Records, yet they form a perfect union. My Epic released their new effort Behold last month to stellar reviews. Fans have been connecting with it lyrically and musically, and in our talk Aaron explains all about the ambient tone, what it…
This Thursday I have the privilege of chatting with Aaron Stone of My Epic. The readers of IVM are the smartest around, so I figured you guys would have hundreds of awesome questions for him. Post any questions you have for Aaron in the comments below and I’ll make sure to ask as many of them as I can.
My Epic is coming off of a tremendous new album titled “Behold”, released via Facedown Records…
Facedown closes the year with another strong album sure to make many people’s “Best of” lists. My Epic presents an etherial and worshipful album with “Behold.”
We are excited to bring you this rare demo from My Epic, recorded and released back in 2005. The demo features 4 tracks total. There is no cover art for this but maybe you creative people can make something up? My Epic “Behold” is now available from Facedown Records so make sure you support the band and label by picking up a copy for yourself wherever fine music is sold.
My Epic are set to release their awe inspiring new album, “Behold” on December 10th through Facedown Records and we think you’ll love it. Deeply spiritual, creative music held to the highest regard. This band has consistently improved upon their sound with each subsequent release and “Behold” further proves their dominance in both their genre (whatever that may be) and the music scene at large. Don’t miss out on “Behold” and the best My Epic album by far.…
Not only is there a new My Epic album out next week but there is also a documentary in the works. View the trailer for this documentary, below. Also, if any of you readers still own the “This Is Rescue” ep from My Epic (their first official release as a band), the band is interested in buying a copy of it to give away in an auction. Please contact me (or My Epic) here if you are willing to part with that Ep. I have a copy as well that I will be selling in an upcoming Ebay auction (to raise money for IVM).
Check out the brand new song from My Epic, “Zion”, off the upcoming album “Behold”. “Behold” will release on December 10th through Facedown Records.
Facedown Records for 24 hours has a preorder sale where you get 2 copies of “Behold” by My Epic and 2 copies of “Phoenix” by Everything In Slow Motion for just $10. [Thanks Chandler A]
Check out another great commentary from the new My Epic album, “Behold”, below. The commentary is for the song “Zion”. “Behold” will release on December 10th through Facedown Records.
My Epic will be releasing a series of commentaries for their new album, “Behold”. You can check out the first one on the song “Curse”, below. “Behold” by My Epic is out December 10th on Facedown Records.
This is very interesting news. Today on twitter, someone sent hip-hop artist Shai Linne the song “Lower Still” by My Epic to listen to and he said “That was intense! That genre brings out different emotional colors. Thanks!” My Epic responded saying, “Mutual respect. Collaborate sometime?” Shai responded, “Based on Lower Still, I’m open. I would love to hear more from ya’ll.” You can read it for yourself on My Epic’s twitter account. I will say that Shai Linne…
It appears that the band My Epic will release their new album “Behold” on December 10th through Facedown Records. So it looks as though we will get both this album and Everything in Slow Motion in the same week. Who’s going to join with me in excitement?
Facedown Records have posted the preorder for My Epic’s 2011 release “Broken Voice” on Vinyl. There are a few different cool bundles available to purchase. Click here to order. My Epic are currently in the studio recording their follow up to “Broken Voice”. This Vinyl release is limited to just 300 copies.
Check out Part 2 of our two part series on the Indie Vision Music label. This is Episode 3 (Part 2) of our podcast. Happy 10 years Dismissed “Taking the Good With the Bad”! I am working on the next podcast that will be a Thumper Punk Records feature. Stay tuned for further info. [YouTube upload of this podcast coming soon].
Thursday and Friday at Cornerstone 2011!
To risk sounding rather cliché, I’d like to start off by saying that My Epic is – well, epic in every way. Whether it’s the music, lyrics, stage presence or the heart of the band itself, “epic” is a rather fitting term all around.
Back before “epic” was the buzz word and before they had ever played a show – lead singer Aaron Stone liked to use the term.…
To start off, you guys played an amazing set. You all definitely opened up the show super well and gained so much respect from a lot of my friends.
Aww, thank you so much.
No problem at all. I know Aaron…
Artist: My Epic
Album: I Am Undone
Review by: Kimberly Johnson
In this day and age, bands sadly overlook the good old prologue of an album. It’s the first thing a listener hears when they pop in the disk! It’s what carries the rest of the album out! The even sadder thing is, most music listeners over look the prologue of an album even more then the…