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MYSTIC PROPHECY Issue Animated Music Video For Cover Of MIKE OLDFIELD’s ‘Shadow On The Wall’
January 10th, 2018

German heavy metal group Mystic Prophecy have released an animated music video for their cover rendition of the Mike Oldfield track ‘Shadow On The Wall’, which can be viewed below.

Mystic Prophecy issue covers album Monuments Uncovered on January 12th, 2018 through Massacre Records.

Vocalist Roberto Dimitri Liapakis commented: “This album is like a love letter to the music that accompanied so many of us, myself included, in the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s — and believe me, you have not heard the songs like this before! I’m also really excited to show you a new and different side of Mystic Prophecy!”

The outing was produced by vocalist Robert Dimitri Liapakis and Mystic Prophecy at the Prophecy Studios, with mixing and mastering by Henrik Udd at Udd Recording Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden. Cover artwork duties fell to Dušan Markovic.

The track listing is as follows;

01. ‘You Keep Me Hangin’ On’ (The Supremes cover)
02. ‘Hot Stuff’ (Donna Summer cover)
03. ‘Shadow On The Wall’ (Mike Oldfield cover)
04. ‘Are You Gonna Go My Way’ (Lenny Kravitz cover)
05. ‘I’m Still Standing’ (Elton John cover)
06. ‘Because The Night’ (Patti Smith cover)
07. ‘Space Lord’ (Monster Magnet cover)
08. ‘Get It On’ (T. Rex cover)
09. ‘Toyko’ (Tokyo cover)
10. ‘Proud Mary’ (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover)
11. ‘The Stroke’ (Billy Squier cover) (digipak CD bonus track)

Mystic Prophecy’s line-up is as follows;

Roberto Dimitri Liapakis (vocals)
Markus Pohl (rhythm guitars)
Evan K (lead guitars)
Joey Roxx (bass)
Hanno Kerstan (drums)

Monuments Uncovered will be made available as a limited edition digipack with an exclusive bonus track as well as limited vinyl LP.

Directed by Kriss Jakob of AMP Aurora Motion Pictures, a music video was filmed for the track ‘You Keep Me Hangin’ On’, which can also be viewed below.

Ninth studio record War Brigade was released in March 2016 via Massacre Records.

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