As winner of Best Concept Album in the 2020 W.A.M. Awards, One of the awards is being able to have a song reviewed on the indie music review blog called Please Pass the Indie. You, my Epik Warriors, can read the review of Track 1 of Voice of Thunder (the title track) at the link below! Enjoy, and as always: STAY EPIK!
I, Epikus, am pleased to announce that I have won the 2020 W.A.M. (We Are Music Makers) Award for best Concept Album! I was a nominee after submitting Voice of Thunder to the contest! I BELLOWED IN VICTORIOUS ELATION as they announced that I was "the very definition of Epic!"
Later this morning, my Epik Warriors, I shall be traveling to my hometown - or rather, the town in which I grew up and lived for 23 years of my life! I shall be there for the weekend, away from my studio for the time, until I return there on Sunday in the later afternoon. I have lots of projects to work on, and I shall be chipping away at all my content, so that it can get out to you sooner than later! Do not waver, and as always: STAY EPIK!
I have been away on a hiatus of sorts after all the time and energy used to create the book and album for Voice of Thunder, but now I am back in the swing of things! I am creating the next installment to the Epikus story, and am busy composing brand new tracks, the likes of which no one has heard before!
I have also created a Patreon page for tabletop/pen-and-paper gamers specifically - a place where they can, for a small monthly subscription, retrieve ambient music for their tabletop/pen-and-paper…
Illustration from my new book The Tale of the Voice of Thunder. Otar the Foul, the evil Necromancer, raising a new army from the dead. Go here to listen to the song of Otar the Foul from my new album that accompanies the book: