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Their 2009 album "Fireangel" marked a serious turning point for Mystic Prophecy – after many thought the band would not continue because of diverse line-up changes and delivered a serious metal highlight. With "Fireangel" the band went on a longer European tour with the Finns of Stratovarius and also appeared on numerous festivals throughout Europe. The feedback was more than positive and it soon became clear that the band wasn't able to keep the 1-year rhythm in releasing new albums – it took double time, almost two years this time to finish "Ravenlord".
But with this album Mystic Prophecy that great bands are like good wine and become the older the better !!! And Mystic Prophecy never were better !!! Already now the press highly praises the album – and they are right!
The sound is top notch again for the fans as the band didn't change their winning team and recorded at Prophecy and Music Factory Studios with engineer C.Schmid and mixed with Fredirk Nordström (In Flames, Arch Enemy etc.) in Sweden. The result is once more breathtaking especially because the band combines extreme metal sounds ("Die Now" or "Damned Tonight") with the classic rock elements ("Ravenlord", "Eyes of the Devil").
This musical variety and the excellent song writing make "Ravenlord" rememberable. There is no doubt: "Ravenlord" won't dissapoint anybody! The Ozzy Osbourne classic "Miracle Man", which was pimped to speed of light remarks an extra highlight for all metalheads – what else a real metalhead can ask for?