MY FATE To Release 'MMVI' EP

Finnish metallers MY FATE are preparing to release a new EP called "MMVI".

"MMVI" is MY FATE's first record to feature Jukka Ruostila following the departure of Antti Ojanen last year. The songs on the EP were mostly written when Ojanen was still a member, but the lyrics and final arrangements have been done with Jukka. The result is a very interesting mix of old and new. It is a look back, but also a step ahead.

"MMVI" will be released in October on MY FATE's website, free for everyone to download. However, a small digipak CD edition will be available first, mostly for promotional purposes. A very limited number of the CD edition will be sold, hand-numbered, autographed and featuring extra material. This future collectible can be ordered right now on the band's web site,

MY FATE has been around for seven years. The band's earlier works include two EPs and two full-length albums. Everything has always been done at the band's own expense on its own record label, My Fate Music.


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