Long-running Swedish metallers DESTINY are currently working on a re-recording of the band's debut album, "Beyond All Sense", originally released almost twenty years ago. "Beyond All Sense 2005" is scheduled for release on March 14, 2005, twenty years after the original album release (March 13, 1985). A studio update from bassist Stefan Björnshög follows:
"This Tuesday, November 23, Kristoffer [Göbel] was once again back in the studio to record more vocals for 'Beyond All Sense 2005'. Today I joined him in the studio check out what he had managed so far. Four more tracks where put down. 'Kill The Witch', 'Sirens In The Dark', 'Power by Birth' and 'Hang Them High' with some updated lyrics. Now the song makes much more sense.
"Over all I must say that Kristoffer sings a lot harder on this album than what he does on 'Future of the Past', at least on the verses. On most of the refrains there is a more melodic touch with lots of harmony vocals. All in al a great contrast.
"Very exciting and once again a very good job from Kristoffer. When I left he had just started to work on 'More Evil Than Evil'."
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