Top Mystic Circle Albums
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The Bloody Path of God
The Bloody Path of God
[2006]
Infernal Satanic Verses
Infernal Satanic Verses
[1999]
Book Of Shadows lyricsChurch Of Sacrifice lyricsThe Forgotten lyricsThe Grim Reaper lyricsDoomsday Prophecy lyricsRiders Of The Apocalypse lyricsNine Plagues Of Egypt lyricsDemoniac Dimension lyricsThe Bloody Path Of God lyricsOpen The Gates Of Hell lyricsAwaken By Blood lyricsUnholy Terror lyricsSatanic Rituals lyricsHellborn lyricsChapter Ii - The Omen lyricsBeyond The Black Dawn lyricsWings Of Death lyricsBurning Souls lyricsHagen Von Tronje lyricsMedina (satans Whore) lyricsKiss From A Vampire lyricsHordes Of The Underworld lyricsThorns Of Lies lyricsWhore Babylon lyricsBloodlust (when The Wolf Awake) lyricsOne Rode To Asa Bay lyricsThe Great Beast lyricsCircle Of The Tyrants lyricsLucifers Angel lyricsArmageddon War lyricsImage Of The Antichrist lyricsGraveyard Dreams lyricsKingdom Of Blasphemy lyricsThe Devilsstone lyricsChapter I - The Revelation lyricsAnd Evil We Shall Die lyricsUnholy Alliance lyricsThe Seventh Sign lyricsFallen Christian Empire lyrics666 (mark Of The Devil) lyricsHate lyricsThrone Of The Night lyricsAncient Words lyricsThe Dragonslayer lyricsShadows Over Worms lyricsRheingold lyricsOne With The Antichrist lyricsNotrum - The Sword Of Might lyricsKing Of The Nibelungenhord lyricsIsenstein lyricsChapter Iii - The Deduction lyricsBlack Legions lyricsHellish Maniacs lyricsUnderstructable Power Of Darkness lyricsMorganas Curse lyricsRavens Dusk lyricsServants Of Twilight lyricsMorgenrote lyricsEyes Of Horror lyricsLost In The Garden Of Eden lyricsGod Is Dead - Satan Arise lyricsBlood From The Xantens King lyrics
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Related Information for Mystic CircleThe melodic/symphonic black metal band Mystic Circle from Germany, was founded in 1992 by bassist/singer Beelzebub. After releasing three demos, they launched their debut CD “Morgenröte” in 1997, which was released on Last Episode. Followed by the albums “Drachenblut” (1998) and “Infernal Satanic Verses” (1999). Let’s call this the “German” episode. read more