Holland's EPICA (formerly SAHARA DUST), the new group formed by ex-AFTER FOREVER guitarist Mark Jansen, ex-CASSIOPEIA guitarist Ad Sluijter and keyboardist Coen Janssen, will be releasing their third single, "Cry For the Moon", in early May.
"Cry For the Moon" comes off EPICA's debut album, "The Phantom Agony", which was released last June through Transmission Records.
Upcoming EPICA shows:
Apr. 09 - Aalst, BEL @ St. Anna
Apr. 10 - Schijndel, NETH @ Paaspop
Apr. 11 - Zieuwent, NETH @ Paaspop
Apr. 16 - Arnhem, NETH @ Willemeen
Apr. 23 - Lelystad, NETH @ Underground
Apr. 24 - Stabroek, BEL @ Moorland
Apr. 29 - Veenendaal, NETH @ Escape
Apr. 30 - Uden, NETH @ De Pul
May 05 - Zwolle, NETH @ Bevrijdingsfestival Overijssel
May 07 - London, UK @ The Underworld
May 20 - Hellendoorn, NETH @ Dauwpop
May 21 - Hilversum, NETH @ Tagrijn
May 22 - Hirson, FRA @ Rotonde Festival
May 23 - Zoetermeer, NETH @ De Boerderij
May 29 - Leipzig, GER @ Wave Gotik Treffen
Jun. 25 - Dessel, BEL @ Graspop
Jul. 02 -Istanbul, TUR @ Rock The Nations Open Air
Aug. 07 - Hildesheim, GER @ M'era Luna
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