German hardcore/metal act THE DESTINY PROGRAM (formerly DESTINY) has issued the following update:"We are currently recording our upcoming full-length [album] and get everything mixed and mastered by senor-incredible Tue Madsen until mid-August. The new yet-untitled record will be released in November by an as yet undisclosed-label. A release tour for December is also in the making and if you interested in setting up a show contact Rebirth Agency: firstname.lastname@example.org." THE DESTINY PROGRAM's latest CD, "Subversive Blueprint", was released in September 2007 via Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to 2004's "The Tracy Chapter" (Lifeforce Records) was recorded with producers Anders Fridén (IN FLAMES) and Daniel Bergstrand and was mixed by Tue Madsen at his Antfarm studio in Denmark. THE DESTINY PROGRAM's video for the song "Project Hoax", which was shot August 3-5, 2007 in Berlin with the True Jokx Videoproduction team, can be viewed below.
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