EPICA To Debut In Dutch Top 10?

According to a post on EPICA's official web site, preliminary sales report indicate that the band have a good chance of debuting in the Top 10 of the official Dutch album chart when the chart positions are revealed on Friday (April 29).

EPICA's sophomore album, "Consign to Oblivion", was released last week via Transmission Records.

EPICA, the Dutch group formed by ex-AFTER FOREVER guitarist Mark Jansen, ex-CASSIOPEIA guitarist Ad Sluijter and keyboardist Coen Janssen, issued their first DVD, "We Will Take You With Us / 2 Meter Sessies", last September. The disc came in a limited-edition deluxe ECO-Book (containing a 40-page booklet) with an additional bonus CD containing all of the "2 Meter Sessies" recordings.

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