23 Songs, 55 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
79 Ratings

79 Ratings

WCybi ,


This is a great album and I actually think every song is fantastic. Usually I can find a few songs that I can skip over; not this album, each one is worth the time to listen.

Alyssa Lee ,

So inspiring.

I had been previewing this album about 10 times. Honestly, it has allowed me to write better than I have ever done. Well, maybe that along with my added confidence and hunger to get better. This music though, it inspires me to write and I couldn't handle the urge any longer and decided to buy it. Which, I will be buying their other album too.

Keep 'em coming, please!


smpsnki ,

Brand X Music

Brand X Music is an extremely popular Epica group. While they are not quite as well-known as the giant trio of Two Steps From Hell, Immediate, and Audiomachine, they aspire to be and are well on their way. This album is a compilation, as are most Epica albums you'll find on iTunes, and it brings together many of their best tracks. It is not, however, altogether brilliant. Brand X is known for it's 'last stand', apocalyptic type trailer music (and no, that's not all trailer music has to offer), and I was eager to see this released in album form at last, but I was disappointed to see that there weren't altogether a lot of those pieces. Sure, there were some stand-out tracks such as 'All or Nothing', 'Eventide', or anything with the word 'dragon' in the title, but overall it sounded too electronic and strange. Particularly 'Knuckle Up', 'Bring the Pain', 'Dogs of War', and 'Painkiller' felt like the background music to a torture scene, rather than an epic trailer. It felt weird and out of place. I'm glad to see that they've now released 'Volume 15' to the public, which is more faithful to their original style.

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