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Destiny Completes "Beyond All Sense 2005"

Sweden's Destiny have posted this message on their official website:

It took a long time but "Beyond All Sense 2005" is finally completed.

This is not the new Destiny album or even the follow up to "Future Of The Past" released in 2004. This is a re-recorded version of Destiny's very first album "Beyond All Sense," released twenty years ago in March 1985. The original album was just released in Sweden in limited number of 2000 copies and only on vinyl.

The oldest piece of music, "Ode To You", is from 1983. However the lyrics for the same song are brand new, written by Kristoffer in December 2004 as a tribute to the late Dimebage Darrel. This song was never released on any album and is the first bonus track on this album. The Second bonus track, "No Way Out", is a song originally intended to be included on the debut album but was left out because of the time limit on vinyls. Once again Kristoffer wrote brand new lyrics for an older piece of music. This time it's about Ozzy Osbourne and his reality show.

This is the members of "Destiny 2004" interoperation of more than twenty year old songs by the members of "Destiny 1984". Hopefully you will enjoy the album for what it is even though the style of the album is quite different from the music that Destiny represents in 2005.

The final track listing of the album is as follows:

01. Sacrilege
02. Kill The Witch
03. Ode To You
04. Spellbreaker
05. Power By Birth
06. Rest In Peace
07. Madame Guillotine (Hang Them High)
08. No Way Out
09. More Evil Than Evil
10. Sirens In The Dark

Guest Musicians:

Fredrik Olsson of Lost Horizon fame: Lead guitar and 12-string acoustic guitars
Mathias Rosén: Keyboards on "Power By Birth"

Source: MetalEater.com

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