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Release date: 10 February 2004
Style: Melodic death metal, Progressive metal


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01. Splintered Visions
02. Embraced By Desolation
03. Three Dimensional Aperture
04. Beginning Of The End
05. Point Of Uncertainty
06. Spiraling Into Depression
07. Isolation
08. Buried In Oblivion
09. Black Sea Of Agony
10. Morose Seclusion

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Lyrics (10)

Chris Krall - lead/death vocals
Tim Roth - lead/death vocals, guitar
Rob Doherty - death vocals, guitar
Scott Krall - bass, backing vocals
Jim Austin - percussion, death vocals

Additional info
Symphonic arrangements written & performed by Scott Krall.

All songs written, performed & arranged by Into Eternity.
All lyrics written by Tim Roth, Rob Doherty & Chris Krall.
All songs © 2004 Magic Arts Publishing.

Produced by Scott Krall & Johnny "Six Pack" Gasparic.
Recorded & mixed & mastered: Touchwood Studios, Regina, SK, Canada.
Mixed & mastered by Grant Hall & Johnny "Six Pack" Gasparic
assisted by Into Eternity.
Engineered by Scott Krall, Johnny "Six Pack" Gasparic.

Artwork, logo & layout by Mattias Norén,

Staff review by

This is a complete surprise, and one of the greatest surprises of the year! Century Media pulled this one out of nowhere and damn what a fantastic release, I must say that I'm not familiar with previous releases of Into Eternity, and if you're not either, let me tell what's all the fuzz about.

Into Eternity plays Progressive Metal in the vein of Dream Theater or Shadow Gallery, with some neoclassical riffs here and there, fantastic drumming and some guitars right out of the ranks of Swedish Melodeath, all of this combine with multiple vocal choices, clean voice, a low, more gruff Death vox, and another more "shrieky" (a lá Black Metal if you like). The 3 vocals intertwine perfectly and the result is just amazing.

published 09.03.2004 | Comments (12)

Guest review by

The Canadians Into Eternity release with "Buried In Oblivion" their third album. The very good 2001 release Dead Or Dreaming offered already technical Death Metal with some Progressive influences, but they didn't get the breakthrough. Now with the second guitarist Rob Doherty, who supports Tim Roth, the song writing got even more complex and they are ready to conquer the play-lists of all metalheads.

published 00.00.0000 | Comments (0)

Guest review by
Arian Totalis

Hailing from Regina, Saskatchewan, are Into Eternity, a band for both progressive and death metal fans alike. Their sound is something which is unique, and distinct in the fact that there is over the top prog techniques being used, many clean/guttural vocal changes (with almost everyone in the band holding some vocal duty or other), and riffs straight out of the DM handbook. This album is their third release, and it is by far one of their most technical and thorough pursuits. The masters of many people's depression haunted minds really pulled off what could be called a prog masterpiece .

published 23.02.2010 | Comments (7)

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