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Destiny Part Ways With Singer, Seek Replacement

Long-running Swedish metallers DESTINY have issued the following update:

"Kristoffer joined DESTINY in 2001 and has recorded two albums ('Future Of The Past' and 'Beyond All Sense 2005') with the band. For some time it has been clear that Kristoffer wanted to leave the band. The last gig he played with DESTINY was at the Gothenburg Metal Festival last spring. The split is amicable and DESTINY wishes Kristoffer good luck with his future projects.

"This will, of course, delay the completion of the new DESTINY album 'Cold Fire', but hopefully not for long. Any one that is interested in the position as lead singer for DESTINY should contact the band via info[at]destinymetal.com

"2007 will be the 25th anniversary for DESTINY and apart from the release of the new album, 'Cold Fire', there will be re mastered and re recorded double album releases of 'Nothing Left To Fear' and 'Atomic Winter'. Both double albums will feature never-before-released bonus tracks."

Source: Blabbermouth

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