Yorkshire doom death metallers THE PROPHECY have been officially invited to perform at Midi Music Festival 2010, China's biggest underground music festival, set to take place May 1-4 at Haidian Park, in Haidian District, Beijing. The band is now awaiting confirmation from the Chinese goverment that it will be allowed to perform.

THE PROPHECY last year entered Priory Studios to record a one-off track that was to be featured on Code 666 Records' ten-year anniversary CD, "Better Undead Than Alive 2".

THE PROPHECY is featured on the 2009 DVD Chronicles Of Doom" alongside REVEREND BIZARRE, SATURNUS, THE GATES OF SLUMBER and many more. The DVD was professionally shot in 2006 at the Dutch Doom Day and is available on Weird Truth Productions from Japan.

THE PROPHECY's third album, "Into the Light", is currently available on Code666 Records.


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