My Epic is an American Christian rock band that was formed in 2005. Known for their deep and introspective lyrics, powerful melodies, and dynamic sound, the band has gained a significant following in the Christian music scene. Comprised of members Aaron Stone, Jesse Stone, Jeremiah Austin, and Tanner Morita, My Epic has released several albums and garnered critical acclaim for their unique blend of alternative rock and post-hardcore elements.
The band was formed in Charlotte, North Carolina, with Aaron Stone on vocals and guitar, Jesse Stone on drums, and Jeremiah Austin on bass. They were later joined by Tanner Morita on guitar. The members of My Epic share a deep Christian faith, and their music reflects their spiritual journey and struggles. The band's name, My Epic, reflects their desire to tell stories of the divine in the midst of the everyday.
My Epic released their debut EP, "This is Rescue," in 2006. The EP showcased their raw talent and ability to create emotionally charged music. It was followed by their first full-length album, "I Am Undone," in 2008. The album received positive reviews for its introspective and honest lyrics, as well as its impressive musicianship. Songs like "Lashes" and "Perfector" showcased the band's ability to blend heavy guitar riffs with melodic vocals, creating a unique and powerful sound.
In 2010, My Epic released their second full-length album, "Yet," which further solidified their place in the Christian rock scene. The album featured songs like "Author" and "Lower Still," which showcased the band's growth and maturity in their songwriting. The album received critical acclaim and garnered a dedicated fan base.
The band's third album, "Broken Voice," was released in 2011. This album saw My Epic experimenting with a more atmospheric and ambient sound, while still maintaining their signature intensity. Songs like "Childbodybride" and "Curse" showcased the band's ability to create hauntingly beautiful music.
In 2013, My Epic released their fourth album, "Behold." This album marked a departure from their heavier sound, with the band exploring more melodic and introspective themes. Songs like "Arise" and "Liturgy" showcased the band's ability to create emotionally charged and thought-provoking music.
My Epic's discography also includes a live album, "Viscera," which was released in 2014. The album captures the band's intense live performances and showcases their ability to connect with their audience.
Throughout their career, My Epic has been recognized for their talent and contribution to the Christian music scene. They have been nominated for several awards, including the Dove Awards. Their music has resonated with fans around the world, and they have been invited to perform at various Christian music festivals and events.
In addition to their music, My Epic has also released a book titled "Control Freak: An Adventure in the Making of a Video Game." The book, written by Aaron Stone, chronicles the band's journey in creating a video game that reflects their music and message. It delves into the creative process and highlights the band's commitment to creating meaningful art.
My Epic's music continues to inspire and challenge listeners with its honest and introspective lyrics. Their unique blend of alternative rock and post-hardcore elements sets them apart in the Christian music scene. With their powerful melodies and dynamic sound, My Epic has earned a dedicated fan base and continues to make an impact with their music. As they continue to evolve and explore new musical territories, fans eagerly anticipate what My Epic will create next.
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