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Metal / Thrash Metal / Progressive Metal Minneapolis, MN  US


  • 2011

    Aug 6

    Tulsa, OK, US | 6:30pm

    Epicurean, Silence The Messenger & More General Admission$5.00Door: $10.00 Headliner:EpicureanMain Support:Silence The MessengerOpener: 4 locals TBA

  • 2010

    Sep 25

    Mounds View, MN, US | 6:30pm

    Northsky Cd release show, and brand new music from Epicurean and Dying Euforia. Accompanied by Iron Thrones and A Moment Without


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  • Sudden ImpulsE (Artist)
    Sudden ImpulsE
    Awesome tracks guys! Really unique blend of sounds, but still brutal!
  • Trey Hawkins (Fan)
    Trey Hawkins
    One of the most unique metal bands out there, and without a doubt also one of the best! Can't wait for new material!
  • SANCTUM (Artist)
    Can't wait for the new album guys! Check out our songs! You are a huge influence on us!
  • Must...Not...Kill (Artist)
    impressive jams fellas!
  • EFINHEIMER (Artist)
    Killer tunes! Keep it metal! \m/


  • The Paladium, 2009
  • Laramy, Mille and Alex Webster 2009


Label: Metal Blade records

Manager: Red Rocket Entertainment

Bio: From the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, six musicians from very diverse musical backgrounds formed Epicurean in early 2004. The band quickly grabbed the attention of the local Minneapolis scene with their unique intense and melodic sound as well as their tight and energetic stage performance. Th...See Full Bio

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““While every step Epicurean take is drenched in copious melody, it would appear they’re having a hard time deciding whether they want to be Emperor, Dream Theater, Shadows Fall, Children of Bodom or Kalmah. Not that this is a bad thing—or necessarily confusing—as Epicurean’s synthesis is feted by [John] Laramy’s chameleonic vocals, excellent all-around guitar work and keys that artfully balance skill and widdle, with the result being a heck of a lot more interesting than if they just picked one of those individual outfits to emulate. Their synthesis is made all the more potent by their intelligent use of melodies usually heard in Swedish or Norwegian bands, which drape this album in hooks that are as dark and melancholic as they are life-affirming and triumphant; check out ‘The Author and the Architect’ and ‘Illusion.’ But given that they hail from Minnesota—which, according to census figures, might as well be called Little Scandinavia—we shouldn’t be all that”

— Kevin Stewart-Panko, Decibel Magazine - June 2008

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Epicurean Finalizing Songs
Sep 10, 2010

After a long year of ups and downs, we finally have it together. We are nearing... [more]


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