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Epic Death Releases “Karma’s A Bitch” Lyric Video

Posted May 28, 2016 by Josh Drespling in Music News

Epic Death Releases “Karma’s A Bitch” Lyric Video

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Black / Thrash / Death Metal band Epic Death have released a lyric video for their track “Karma’s A Bitch“, off their album Witchcraft. The video, was created by Tommy D Kat of Grindhouse Media. The album is available for order on Epic Death’s CD Baby Page.

Karma s A Bitch

Texas-based metal unit Epic Death live up to their name in more ways than one: with an imposing musical pedigree and decades of combined experience in multiple bands across several genres, they weave a tapestry of sinister sonic atmospheres, bringing together the imagery, theatricality and brute force of classic black metal, thrash and technical death metal with eerie soundscapes, apocalyptic lyrics and haunting melodies, drawing influence from such iconic bands as Slayer, Dimmu Borgir, Death, Cradle Of Filth, and Behemoth, while simultaneously exploring dark new horizons in extreme music.

The band was conceived in 2010 by guitarist/front man Dennis Dorsett – whose previous credits include work with Aggravated Assault, Chaos,Mischief, Majik, Balance, and NeverDead – and features a stellar lineup of artists from the metal circles of Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth: keyboardist/vocalist Becky Dorsett; bass guitarist Justin Riddler of Dead Tripand drummer Reece Stanley, alumnus of Dallas metallers Phantom-X.

With their core lineup in place, the band quickly began their rise to prominence, gaining acclaim both within and beyond the Lone Star State, sharing the stage with metal heavyweights from all points of the globe – including Nile, Finntroll,Mushroomhead, and Gemini Syndrome, to name just a few – and have played high profile venues such as Minnesota’s annual NYDM Festival and Houston’s legendary Scout Bar. They are also prominently featured in Derek Norman’s2012 documentary “Heavy in Houston,” and back before the cameras in the film’s sequel “Heavier in Houston”.

Epic Death’s debut full length “Witchcraft,” produced by Stephen Bogle(formerly of acclaimed industrial act The Hunger), has made great strides enabling them to crush and conquer – once again confirming the phrase “Things are bigger in Texas” with their own brand of colossal, uncompromising metal.


Many times in life things happen that you’d like to handle but you know that Karma has your back and sometimes she will make death seem better than living when she’s done with you.Dennis Dorsett (Epic Death)

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Josh Drespling

Josh is the Publisher and creator of Empire Extreme and it’s sister publication Kingdom Extreme Magazine. He is an accomplished writer, photographer and graphic designer. He is always conjuring up new ideas and has a amazing passion for the music industry and all the things that surround it.


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