Eptic gets apocalyptic with 'End of the World' album

Backed by a tour, Eptic turns heads with this mammoth album that took 'blood, sweat and tears.'



Eptic has done it again with this multi-genre album that is bursting at the seams with heat.


With ten tracks in total, monumental collabs featuring Dillon Francis, MUST DIE!, HOL! and MARAUDA just dropped. Eptic shows his significance in the EDM scene with an album that reflects the countless hours he spent perfecting his craft over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown.



With each track different from the last, Eptic said he didn't make this album to please anyone.


"I could’ve made a full dubstep album, but I chose to make a bass album with a lot of different genres and styles, which for me, the EPTIC project has always been about. Hopefully my fans aren’t too harsh... or I will beat the shit out of them.”



The End of the World is Eptic's largest body of work yet, and is an absolute game changer, setting the bar for the future of bass music.


From the beginning to the end, Eptic sucked us in with his signature production style that can be heard across all genres included in the album.


"I would be lying if I said writing this album went smooth," Eptic said. "Making this collection of music has been the most difficult and frustrating project i’ve worked on in my entire life. It’s literal blood, sweat, anger, doubt and a lot of tears."



With sets that are sought after worldwide, the Belgian producer, born Michaël Bella, has cemented himself as one of the greatest producers of all time. He has countless releases on labels such as Monstercat and Never Say Die, while his track record speaks for itself.


With performances for festivals such as Lost Lands, Tomorrowland, Electric Zoo and more, his sets and b2bs with other artists are simply a treat to experience.


He also has an upcoming b2b with Svdden Death at Ever After Music Festival, which shows there are no limits to his ability to whip crowds into a frenzy.


Eptic is also a fan favorite for his ability to meme himself and create banter between himself and other artists and fans. Recently, this has been seen in his posts warning fans of what might happen to their city if his shows do not sell out, with him often pictured wielding a weapon of some sort.


With his North American tour kicking off in May, we highly recommend seeing Eptic and his Overlord Stage wherever you can, as it will be the experience of a lifetime.


The End of the World album can now be streamed on Spotify.

 

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