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Epica - RespectDutch symphonic metal band has announced the first two movie theater premieres of »Retrospect«. During these premieres a number of band members will join their fans with the first exclusive viewing of »Retrospect«.

The first premiere will be held on Wednesday 6th November at the Mathäser Multiplex Kino in Munich, Germany. The second premiere will take place a day later – on Thursday 7th November – in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, at Service Bioscoop Zien. Tickets for the Dutch premiere are on sale now through: http://www.zienbioscopen.nl/getInfo.asp?1000000769

celebrated their 10th anniversary with a one-night-only event, dubbed »Retrospect«. The band was accompanied by the seventy piece Extended Reményi Ede Chamber Orchestra and the Miskolc National Theatre Choir, playing an unforgettable 3-hours best-of set.

According to respected Dutch newspaper the Volkskrant “The band wrote a chapter of Dutch metal history” this evening. Rock Tribune (Belgium) thought it was “an unforgettable show“.

Ten high definition cameras captured this very special sold-out show while played in front of nearly five thousand ecstatic fans in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. In addition to a collection of the band’s biggest hits from across the spectrum of their entire catalog, this once-in-a-lifetime spectacular also features the live debut of ‘Twin Flames’ and the previously unreleased ‘Retrospect’, covers of classics by Vivaldi, Pergolesi, and Oscar-winning film composer John Williams, two guest collaborations with the venerable Floor Jansen (Nightwish, ReVamp), and a very special performance of their breakthrough single, ‘Quietus’, with founding members Jeroen Simons, Ad Sluijter, and Yves Huts.

On the 12th of November Nuclear Blast will release »Retrospect« as a deluxe hardcover book with 48 pages. Both as a 2DVD/3CD and 2Blu-ray/3CD version.

»Retrospect« features this massive performance in its entirety, as well as exclusive interviews with all band members and behind-the-scenes footage from the show.

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