The album is now available from Facedown Records.  http://facedown.merchnow.com/search/?q=my+epic

“This trio’s second full length album harbors no gimmicks; with My Epic what one sees is what one receives – and that bounty is plentiful.  Better listen close, as My Epic are armed with conviction and a musical confessional capable of making listeners drop to their knees in appreciation.”
-thenewreview.com


“Yet is a raw and stripped down record with a bit of groove and a little bit of somber thrown in the mix. If I were to compare them to anyone it would probably be Thrice, but that doesn’t explain them entirely. It doesn’t give them justice. They have their own unique sound.”
-Metal Maniacs


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