DIVINITY DESTROYED: Lineup Change Announced, New Video Posted Online

Toms River, New Jersey-based progressive metal band DIVINITY DESTROYED has issued the following update:

"DIVINITY DESTROYED has always taken chances in their seven-year history and now they have done it again... completely on their own. Mark Ward has retired his duties on guitar and vocals and moved over to the keyboards and vocals to add an interesting edge that isn't very mainstream in the genre. Also, they have announced Rick Flanegan (ex-BEYOND THE FLESH) has taken over on guitar. At the same time this announcement was made last week, they also brought with them a new song 'Forever and Never' and a video for it. The song and video feature the new lineup and gives the viewer a good taste of what it they'll look like now."

To check out the song and video, go to www.divinitydestroyed.com.

DIVINITY DESTROYED made headlines in May 2006 when leaders of St. Mary's parish in Barnegat canceled the band's participation in a long-planned charity concert meant to benefit the terminally ill and disabled over concerns that the group's name and message were inappropriate.


Nov. 18 - The Log Cabin - Manchester, NJ
Nov. 25 - Axis Lounge - Carlstadt, NJ
Dec. 01 - Pussycat Lounge - Manhattan, NY
Dec. 02 - Raritan Valley College - North Branch, NJ
Dec. 08 - Club Drifter's - Nashua, NH
Dec. 09 - The Haunt - Ithaca, NY
Jan. 05 - Howler's - Pittsburgh, PA
Jan. 13 - Budda's - Newport News, VA


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