Dutch symphonic metallers EPICA have issued the following update:"We got such a great response to the special shows with pyro effects we did last October that we've decided to do one more on January 11th. And which venue would be more fitting to do this than Patronaat in Haarlem (Netherlands)? So make sure you buy your tickets today!" Nuclear Blast Records released a limited deluxe CD edition in Europe of EPICA's new album, "The Divine Conspiracy", featuring the bonus tracks "Higher High" and "Replica" (FEAR FACTORY cover), video clips and a "making-of" enhanced section. As previously reported, EPICA has been confirmed as the support act for SYMPHONY X on their upcoming North American tour in April/May. Watch fan-filmed video footage of EPICA performing the song "Never Enough" on October 20, 2007 at the Metal Female Voices Fest in Wieze, Belgium:
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