Bobby Hicks Dead At 52
3/18/2013 2:06:51 PM by Eric

Former Mystic Force singer Bobby Hicks passed away on March 5th. Hicks provided vocals on three albums for the Baltimore band and had hopes to eventually reunite Mystic Force for a festival appearance and a possible album. When conversing with other metal fans over the last two decades someone always mentions Mystic Force to me. I know people who would pay astronomical money for early albums and discs and one of those reasons was the incredible clean singing of Hicks. God bless his soul and I hope he is on an "eternal quest" somewhere.

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