As promised, Detroit collective D12 returns with its first project in four years with the release of he new tape, The Devil's Night Mixtape. And what a better time be alive (or at least drop a mixtape) if you are a dark rhyme spitting group than today, Halloween. At the first of the month, the group teased the project, offering a glimpse of the Halloween themed cover art, which shows a pumpkin burning behind a paper that shows the group's logo. Today, we get the project in full, just in time for All Hallows' Eve.

The new project contains 15 new tracks from Em's regrouped crew of goons and goblins. It has features from Eminem, Slaughterhouse's Royce Da 5'9, G-Unit's Kidd Kidd, Young Buck, King Gordy and more. Production is handled by Black Symfany, Denaun Porter, DeNotes and others.

D12 initially hit the music scene back in the late '90s. With Eminem as their front man, the group put out two albums Devils Night released in 2001 and D12 World in 2004 which both went platinum. Since then, the D-Town rap group has undergone some issues, with some members falling out and the death of Proof all but shutting everything down in 2006. The group, in different incarnations, has however put out three more mixtapes since then Return 0f The Dozen (2008), Return Of The Dozen Vol. 2 (2011) and today's release.

Listen to the entire Devil Night Mixtape hosted by DJ Whoo Kid, below.