Dutch symphonic metallers EPICA have released the music video for "Decoded Poetry", which is taken from the band's latest EP, "The Solace System". The animated clip was created/produced by anime master Davide Cilloni and completes the video trilogy of EPICA's masterful title track "The Solace System" and "Immortal Melancholy", all taken from "The Solace System", EP which was released worldwide in September 2017 via Nuclear Blast.
EPICA keyboardist Coen Janssen comments: "It has been a great pleasure working with the talented Davide Cilloni on this unique video trilogy.
"In this final part, we finally find out what will happen to our dimension and if the Universal Death Squad will conquer our planet... Let's hope for the best!!
"I hope you enjoy this last part as much as I have enjoyed seeing myself as a cartoon, haha!"
This Thursday, EPICA will kick off "The Ultimate Principle Tour - Latin America" in Montevideo, Uruguay. The trek will include eight shows in Brazil, plus dates in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.
"The Solace System" contained six brand-new songs which were created during the sessions for the band's latest album, 2016's "The Holographic Principle".
"The Solace System" was recorded, mixed and mastered by Joost van den Broek and Jacob Hansen.
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