Mystic Prophecy is a power metal band from Bad Grönenbach, Germany. Their sound is described as hard and melodic, similar to American power metal bands such as Iced Earth, due to their melodic riffing and powerful drumming.
The band was formed in 2000 by Valley’s Eve bandmates R.D. Liapakis and Martin Albrecht. Gus G was recommended to them by David T. Chastain and played all guitars on the three first albums, but left in 2005 in order to spend more time on his own band Firewind. Since then the band had several changes in its line-up with singer R.D. Liapakis and guitarist Markus Pohl who has joined the band in 2005, being the only long-time members.
The band’s latest line-up includes bass player Joey Roxx and drummer Hanno Kerstan. In August 2017 the band announced new guitar player Evan K.
Since 2001 the band has released 10 albums. Their 9th album “War Brigade“, released in 2016 with Massacre Records was up to that time the best selling album of the band, containing some of their best known songs like ‘Metal Brigade’, ‘The Crucifix’, ‘Burning Out’ and ‘War Panzer’.
In January 2018 the band released “Monuments Uncovered“, an album containing metal covers of famous rock hits of the 70s & 80s like ‘You keep me hanging on’ (Kim Wilde/The Supremes), ‘Shadow on the Wall’ (Mike Oldfield), ‘I’m Still Standing’ (Elton John), ‘Because The Night’ (Patti Smith) etc.
In January 2020 Mystic Prophecy released its 11th album “Metal Division” that should be the most successful album of the band. The album has reached after few days of its release #20 in the German Charts  and became a hit in the metal genre in iTunes Charts, in countries like Germany(#7), US(#23), Canada(#11) etc.  , as well as an Amazon bestseller.  The album release was accompanied with the singles and video clips Metal Division, Eye To Eye, Dracula and has been followed also by a tour.
|Wolfsnaechte 2012 Tour EP||Split||2011|
|Best of Prophecy Years||Compilation||2013|
|The Nuclear Blast Recordings||Boxed set||2018|
|Roberto Dimitri Liapakis||Vocals (2000-present)|
|See also: Steel Prophet, Valley’s Eve, Devil’s Train|
|Markus Pohl||Guitars (rhythm) (2005-present)|
|See also: Warkings, Watch Me Bleed, Powerwolf (live), ex-Justice Inc., ex-Symphorce, ex-Souldrinker, ex-Hazy Shade|
|Joey Roxx||Bass (2015-present)|
|See also: ex-Paganini, ex-Souldrinker (live), Psycho Millionnaire, ex-Shezoo, ex-Dezert Eaglez, ex-Hangmän’s Nooze, ex-Kissin’ Black, ex-Shakra|
|Hanno Kerstan||Drums (2016-present)|
|See also: ex-Scanner|
|Evan K||Guitars (lead) (2017-present)|
|See also: 4Arm, Evan, ex-Okeania, ex-Decembria, ex-Izar, Enemy Inside, ex-Cypecore|
See also: Valley’s Eve, ex-Börn Again, ex-Stormwitch, ex-Rough, ex-Psychotron (live)
See also: Thyrfing, ex-Machinery, ex-Mortifer, ex-Mournful, ex-Siebenbürgen, ex-Rutthna, ex-In Cold Blood, ex-Metempsychosis, ex-Raise Hell, ex-Mörk Gryning (live), ex-Athela, ex-Dark Eden, ex-Sins of Omission, ex-Bloodshed (live)
See also: Firewind, Gus G., ex-Tuska20, ex-Dream Evil, ex-Nightrage, ex-Ozzy Osbourne, ex-Arch Enemy (live)
See also: Naevus, Sacred Steel, ex-Voodooshock
Guitars (lead) (2005-2008)
See also: ex-Headstone Epitaph, ex-Mission in Black
See also: Cabal, Circle of Pain, Crematory, ex-Titanya, ex-Bowtome, ex-Spiral Tower, ex-Stormwarrior, ex-Wicca, ex-Evidence One, ex-Galloglass, ex-Loss of Charity, ex-Spellsinger, ex-Martin Steene Project
See also: ex-Astronomikon (live), ex-Arrayan Path, ex-Karkadan, ex-Crisis Never Ends, ex-Saidian, ex-Psychotron
Guitars (lead) (2008-2013)
See also: Constantine, ex-Descending, ex-Nightfall, ex-Nightrage, ex-Primal Fear (live)
(R.I.P. 2021) See also: ex-Barbie on Deathtrip, ex-Firereign, ex-Goblins Blade, ex-Necroid, ex-My Darkest Hate (live), ex-Contracrash
See also: ex-Orth, ex-Evertale, ex-Tangent Plane
See also: ex-Process Paths, ex-Final Depravity
Guitars (lead) (2013-2017)
See also: ex-Oliver Weers, ex-Deceptor, ex-Black Side Layer, ex-Blank in Verse, ex-Devil’s Train, ex-Fatal Attraction, ex-Killer Six Gun, ex-Long Live