Three years ago released the Mexican band Epitaph their debut album, and now their second record A Song In Time is released. The band now appears with a music that is significantly better than three years ago. Creative and hard prog that sounds very good. The composition is more mature and the chord progression is often delicious.
Epitaph began in 2009 when the guitarplayer Mauricio Godinez and drummer and vocalist Raúl Corona met in high school, fueled by their passion for progressive and heavy music they recruited bass player Gregorio Gomez and started rehearsing on a regular basis. At this stage in their career the band was known as a metal and classic rock band, they wrote some songs and even released a demo which failed to reach a significant audience.
After a falling out with their first 2 vocalists the band went on a hiatus until 2014 when they decided re-form as Epitaph, this time, however, they added Jorge Rojas on keyboard as a full time member and so the current lineup of the band was set. Epitaph set out to look for a singer but failed and decided that Raul Corona should handle the vocal duties as well.