MYSTIC CIRCLE: German Black/Death Metal Outfit Debuts “Belial Is My Name” Video; Self-Titled Comeback Album To See Release Next Month Via Atomic Fire Records

Photo by Alen Ljubic

2022 – the year of MYSTIC CIRCLE‘s return – is finally here! Set to release their eponymous comeback album on February 4th via Atomic Fire Records, the German black/death metal outfit today unleashes another unholy hymn off the record with “Belial Is My Name.”

Notes Beelzebub of the track, “Kicking off by reviving, or more specifically continuing, the outro of our 1999 album Infernal Satanic Verses, we’re conjuring hellish demon Belial who’s rising up to mesmerize the universe. He – who even calls himself Satan – is one out of four arch demons, chained in hell and causing the downfall of earth – fittingly set to music in the most brutal and bombastic but still melodic way.”

View MYSTIC CIRCLE’s “Belial Is My Name” video, crafted by Alen Ljubic who contributed to the duo’s previous video for “Letters From The Devil,” at THIS LOCATION.

View “Letters From The Devil” at THIS LOCATION.

Mystic Circle was produced by the band and Nils Lesser at Vaultroom Productions while its artwork was designed by Brazilian artist Rafael Tavares.

Preorder Mystic Circle in various formats (box set, CD-digipak, black/red marbled vinyl), pre-save it, or preorder the album digitally to receive “Letters From The Devil” instantly and order the group’s new Letters From The Devil 7″ black vinyl single, which includes the exclusive, non-album B-side track “The Godsmasher,” limited to 666 copies and available now at THIS LOCATION.

With seven studio albums and many tours alongside black metal heavyweights Marduk, Gorgoroth, and Dimmu Borgir under their belt: it wasn’t just a little history that German black/death metal legends MYSTIC CIRCLE left behind when they decided to call it quits in 2007. But alas, 14 years of silence are over as MYSTIC CIRCLE – consisting of Beelzebub and A. Blackwar who had actually left the group in 1999 – have risen from their graves to renew their deal with the Dark Lord

Beelzebub – vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards
A. Blackwar – vocals, guitars, drums, keyboards