My Destiny (EP)

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My Destiny
Cover design by Stefan Heilemann
EP by Leaves' Eyes
Released 24 July 2009
Recorded Mastersound Studios, Steinheim, Germany, 2009
Genre Symphonic metal
Length 23:58
Label Napalm
Producer Alexander Krull
Leaves' Eyes chronology
We Came with the Northern Winds: En Saga i Belgia
My Destiny

My Destiny is a Maxi single/EP by the symphonic metal band Leaves' Eyes, released on 24 July 2009. The songs "My Destiny" and "Northbound" are extracts from the then upcoming album Njord. The rest of the tracks are exclusive to this release.

On 28 August 2009, the band released the music video for the title track. In the video, a Norse warrior leaves his home to fight in a war after his wife gives him a necklace. While fighting, the necklace falls off and is retrieved by an enemy. He brings it back to the wife, telling her the owner is dead. She commits suicide by jumping off a cliff, her body later retrieved by her husband who is still alive. Angry, he slays several more enemies.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Liv Kristine Espenæs Krull, all music composed by Alexander Krull, Mathias Röderer, Thorsten Bauer, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "My Destiny"     4:13
2. "The Battle of Maldon"     4:23
3. "Scarborough Fair" (acoustic version) Traditional 3:24
4. "Northbound"     4:22
5. "Nine Wave Maidens"     3:24
6. "My Destiny" (remix)   4:12
Total length:


Leaves' Eyes[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Lingua Mortis Orchestra from Minsk, Belarus, directed by Victor Smolski
  • Al dente Choir from Kleinbottwar, Germany, directred by Veronika Messmer
  • Christian Roch - Uilleann pipes on "Scarborough Fair"


  • Alexander Krull - producer, engineer, mixing and mastering at Mastersound Studios
  • Mathias Röderer, Thorsten Bauer - assistant engineers
  • Victor Smolski - orchestra recording engineer


Year Chart Position
2009 French Singles Chart[2] 54


  1. ^ Leaves' Eyes: 'My Destiny' Official Video 28 August 2009. Retrieved on 2010-02-10.
  2. ^ "Leaves' Eyes - My Destiny (chanson)". (in French). Media Control Charts. Retrieved 19 April 2014. 

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