EPICA: In Mixing Mode

EPICA, the Dutch group formed by ex-AFTER FOREVER guitarist Mark Jansen, ex-CASSIOPEIA guitarist Ad Sluijter and keyboardist Coen Janssen, have posted the following message on their official web site:

"At this moment the new EPICA album is being mixed by Philip Colodetti and Sascha Paeth. You may already know Sascha from the work he did on 'The Phantom Agony'. Philip, whose origin is Brazilian, however is no stranger to EPICA as well since he also was involved in the recording process of this new album as recording engineer. His previous experiences includes bands like KRISIUN, ANGRA, SHAMAN and KAMELOT. We already have heard some first mixes of the new album and it really sounds amazing so we are very pleased to having this duo mixing the new album!"


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