DESTYNATION Pens Song For Swedish Floorball Team

Swedish heavy metal band DESTYNATION (formerly ETERNIA) has issued the following update:

"DESTYNATION has written the official song for ÖIB's [Örnsköldsvik Innebandy] ladies' team (floorball). Hopefully this will make them perform their absolutely best and to make them win!! The song is named 'All for One' and soon it will be available for download through our website and our MySpace site."

DESTYNATION recently entered the studio to record the follow-up to its acclaimed debut album, "Rising Up" (2006). According to a posting on the group's web site, 17 songs are being recorded for an early 2008 release via Sonic Age Records.

DESTYNATION, who hail from Ornskoldsvik in the northern parts of Sweden, have been spreading their message and music since 1997. Their "Tales of Power" album (issued under their previous moniker), was released in March 2002 and was followed by a three-song single, "Shadow Gate", in 2003.

Watch DESTYNATION's "Rising Up" video:


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