Mystic Prophecy

Die Bad Grönenbacher (ok ein Teil davon 🙂 ) haben es auch nicht so weit zu uns. Deswegen ist es ja schon mehr als überfällig das die Band mal auf das AAARGH kommt. Nachdem auch das letzte Album sauber durch die verschiedensten Charts durch gewandert ist freut uns uns umso mehr das die Band jetzt endlich 2022 bei uns auf der Bühne steht!

Band Bio:
Formed by Valley's Eve bandmates R.D. Liapakis and Martin Albrecht, initially only as a side project. Gus G. was recommended to them as an unknown by David T. Chastain and brought with him drummer Dennis Ekdahl, who he had been working with on demos for his embryonic Firewind project. The debut album was written mostly by Albrecht and Liapakis in a very short period of time, before all the band members had ever met face-to-face, with songs still being composed while the album was being recorded.
The second album was written in similarly compressed conditions, with Gus G. serving as the main writing partner to Liapakis as the members worked for the band around their other projects. Following the release of the third album, Albrecht and Liapakis wanted to press ahead with Mystic Prophecy as a full-time band, so Gus G. and Dennis Ekdahl both left to make way for new musicians. Markus Pohl, who had joined as a live member in 2003, was promoted to full-time status, along with new lead guitarist Martin Grimm, taking the band up to a five-piece for the first time. Martin Albrecht stepped down in 2008, leaving R.D. Liapakis as the band's only remaining founding member. Matt C. filled in on drums for Mystic Prophecy for one tour after Stefan Dittrich left. MYSTIC PROPHECY - playing music in the vein of bands like Accept, Judas Priest, Exodus, Forbidden or Testament - has become one of the biggest surprises within the global metal scene in the last years, standing for powerful and dynamic metal at its best.