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Divinity Destroyed Post Update on New Album

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Divinity Destroyed have posted the following update regarding the progress of their new website and new album on their myspace page.

"Hey everyone,

Dan here speaking on behalf of Divinity Destroyed. We would like to extend our gratitude to everyone who came to support us at Rutgers and in the city at Siberia. It was good to see some old friends. We did have some major technical difficulties at Rutgers but hopefully no one was paying attention enough to notice. We certainly didn't.

Although we haven't had too much action with our website in the past few weeks, I assure you the new divinitydestroyed.com is being constructed. I'm serious. I saw it. It was...awesome. We will have some good stuff on there including videos for you guys to watch. It's about time you guys saw us for who we really are, a bunch of immature dildos."

Speaking of which, the new site will feature a new FAQ section where we'll take a new approach by answering questions that are frequently asked. So if there's anything you've ever wanted to know about Divinity, now's the time to send in whatever questions you want. Include at least your first name, city, and state.

The past month we have been selectively playing a new song which we just call "7&7". Don't ask me why. We have been trying to write as much as we can with the new arrangement. I'm personally very happy with the way they are coming out. We are focusing on keeping it them simple, smooth, and melodic. Every part we throw around gets its own attention and fortunately we have not hit any technical turmoil with them. Eden in Ashes was very busy sounding to us, while Nocturnal Dawn was, for the most part, very straightforward. I think we have been edging more toward the side of Nocturnal Dawn with our newer songs.

That's pretty much it for now. I'll save a lot of the more awesome news for the WEBSITE! We have some shows on the MySpace for you guys and hopefully we will see some of you there. Again, thank you everyone who supported and supports us. New doors are being opened for all of us to go through...

Divinity Destroyed"

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