23:23 - s_t_s hey not that I miss them so but fo you know where band Deathstars's gone ? Seem they vanished...
21:47 - Risto It's their own tongue-in-cheek description. The vocals tip it over to the avantgarde side I think.
19:55 - Moose Many thanks to whoever introduced me to Astronoid via the shoutbox the other day. Their new album, Air, is magnificent. I can even understand why some refer to their genre as "Dream Thrash".
19:12 - Opethian @Apothecary, I got to meet him when I saw them play at Denver this past January. Dude is down to earth and was a privilege to get to meet him and Dallas \M/
18:18 - Apothecary Yeah, you wouldn't want to get in a fight with him though. Just check out this vid lol, apparently at this show some dumbass was throwing beer on his pedals [link]
18:01 - Marcel Hubregtse Karl is a small,. albeit quite fattish mf. He is smaller than I am. And I am only 5'11"
The biggest news from Into Eternity in years arrived today. The unique Canadian band is finally releasing a new album, seven years after The Incurable Tragedy. Yes, it has been that long already. Since then, the progressive metallers faced line-up changes, the most relevant being that they lost vocalist Stuart "Stu" Block to Iced Earth. The new vocalist is Amanda Kiernan. There is also guitarist Matthew Cuthbertson and drummer Bryan Newbury accompanying founder Tim Roth and bassist Troy Bleich. The next step for the group is the release of the new album Sirens this fall via Kolony Records.
Former guitarist of Canadian progressive metal band Into Eternity, Rob Doherty, has passed away. Doherty was a member of Into Eternity from 2003 until 2005, and was most recently a member of Final Darkness. No further details about his death were disclosed so far.
The following message was posted on his band's Facebook page: "It is with incredible sadness that we must say good bye to our brother Rob - you will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved you... thank you for being a part of our lives. May you find peace my friend..."
"Fukushima", a brand new song from Canadian metallers Into Eternity, is available for streaming at this location.
According to the band: "The track was written about the Fukushima Daiichi, Japan nuclear disaster, a series of equipment failures, nuclear meltdowns, and releases of radioactive materials at the Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant following the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011. The song talks about the struggles involved, and the amazing ability of the Japanese people to overcome such a tragedy."
"Fukushima", which features guest death vocals by Rob Doherty, was engineered, mixed and mastered by Justin Bender at Touchwood Studios in Regina. The artwork for the single was created by Mattias Norén and can be viewed below.
Regina, Saskatchewan-based Canadian extreme progressive metallers Into Eternity will enter the studio this weekend to record drums for four new songs - "The Fringes Of Psychosis", "Fukushima", "Devoured By Sarcopenia" and an as-yet-untitled acoustic track.
"Sandstorm", the brand-new single from Canadian tech progressive death metal band Into Eternity, can now be streamed over at Bravewords.
"Sandstorm" was written in May and features the band's new drummer Bryan Newbury (Death Toll Rising). The track also features the guest death vocals of former Into Eternity vocalist Rob Doherty. This streaming version is just the bonus Tim Roth (guitars/vocals)/Rob Doherty version.
The real version of "Sandstorm", which features singer Stu Block (recently enlisted by Iced Earth), Tim Roth and Rob Doherty, will be released on iTunes on July 25th.
Into Eternity are busy writing new material for the follow-up to 2008's The Incurable Tragedy.
A teaser for Sandstorm, the brand-new single by Canadian tech progressive death metal band Into Eternity, can now be streamed in the clip below. The song also features a guest appearance by former Into Eternity vocalist Rob Doherty.
"Sandstorm" is the title track off the band's upcoming new single, which is set to be released on iTunes later this month through Century Media.
Into Eternity are busy writing new material for the follow-up to 2008's The Incurable Tragedy.
Canadian metallers Into Eternity have issued the following update on their MySpace blog:
"A few days ago I checked my mail and was happy to find out Toy's Factory had sent me the Japanese releases of our last 2 releases: The Scattering Of Ashes and The Incurable Tragedy! It's nice to know that we have such great industry people and fans supporting us in Japan. I will never forget the great times we had in 2008 and 2009. Japan rules!
In other news, we have started rehearsals again and things are coming along. We have also started on "song 1". I have lots of music demoed at home now, so we are looking through it and starting our first new song. So far the song starts with an arpeggio instrumental and then heads into some heavy riffing.
The wait is finally over as Canadian extreme progressive metal "icons" Into Eternity proudly present their new conceptual, visual masterpiece for "Time Immemorial". The track appears on the group's critically acclaimed concept album, "The Incurable Tragedy", which debuted at 17 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart upon its September release.
The video, which features vocalist Stu Block in a prominent role, was filmed in Montreal in August, just before the group embarked on the Summer Slaughter Canada tour. That trek was followed by a run alongside the legendary Iced Earth, which capped off a year that also saw the band tour with Symphony X, At The Gates and The Dillinger Escape Plan, among others.
"Canadian extreme progressive metal quintet Into Eternity -- whose new album, "The Incurable Tragedy," debuted at 17 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart last week -- return to the road this weekend, when they kick off a string of dates alongside Iced Earth. However, the band's lead guitarist, Tim Roth, is unable to participate in the tour.
The group has issued the following statement to explain matters further: "All of us in the band, and especially Tim, have been looking forward to this tour with Iced Earth for months. Over the years, Iced Earth has been a huge influence on Into Eternity, as anyone who owns "Dead or Dreaming" Iced Earth t-shirt] knows.
Canadian metallers Into Eternity have posted the a new track entitled "Time Immemorial" on their MySpace page. The track comes off the band's upcoming album "The Incurable Tragedy" cover].
In other news, the band recently shot a new video for the track "Time Immemorial" acclaimed director Craig Bernard (Theory Of A Deadman).
Comments bassist Troy Bleich:
"We ended up making it to Montreal just in time for our video shoot for 'Time Immemorial.' The location was awesome, as it was apparently a haunted house. Didn't see any ghosts, though. That would've been cool, as it might have filled in the 13 hours of time spent waiting for Stu's acting career to take flight! In all seriousness, it was a very cool experience and I think the video is going to be awesome. Thanks to the director Craig and the rest of the crew for making it a time that was truly...immemorial."
Canadian metallers Into Eternity will release their new album, entitled "The Incurable Tragedy", on August 25th in Europe (August 29th in japan and September 2nd in US) via Century Media.
The album was recorded, mixed and mastered at Touchwood Studios (Regina, SK), produced and engineered by Grant Hall and Johnny Gasparic, mixed and mastered by Grant Hall (mixing assistant: Justin Bender). The cover artwork was done by Mattias Norén (www.progart.com).
"The Incurable Tragedy" cover] tracklisting:
01. Prelude To Woe
02. Tides Of Blood
03. Spent Years Of Regret
05. Diagnosis Terminal
06. The Incurable Tragedy I
08. Time Immemorial
09. The Incurable Tragedy II
Canadian metallers Into Eternity have posted a new song online, called "Diagnosis Terminal". The song is from their upcoming album "The Incurable Tragedy", which
will be released on 25th of August this year.
Into Eternity guitarist/songwriter Tim Roth has announced that the band's upcoming album "The Incurable Tragedy" should be mixed by the end of the week. He added: "The album is sounding really cool and we can't wait to release the record to everybody soon."
In the meantime, dates have officially been announced the Summer Slaughter Canada Tour. Necrophagist, Dying Fetus, Beneath The Massacre, Into Eternity, Neuraxis, Whitechapel, Veil Of Maya, Divinity, and Common Grave are teaming up for the Summer Slaughter Canada tour, set to take place in August.
Confirmed dates are as follows:
Aug. 14 - Quebec City, QC - Imperial
Aug. 15 - Montreal, QC - Club Soda
Aug. 16 - Toronto, ON - Opera House
Extreme progressive metal leaders Into Eternity have completed the touring cycle for their highly acclaimed album, "The Scattering of Ashes", and are currently hard at work on material for their much anticipated new recording, which guitarist/vocalist Tim Roth says will be the group's first conceptual album.
"The Scattering of Ashes" campaign saw the band embark on five North American tours with highlights including an appearance on Gigantour performing alongside Megadeth and Lamb Of God, but it was this past summer's tour alongside Dream Theater that really saw the band reach out to a new audience.
Roth states: "We are officially done touring for "The Scattering Of Ashes". We ended up doing 150 shows and being away for close to 200 days of the year! The whole band did a great job, as it's not always easy being away from home for so long, but I think it's important to do it the old-school way and tour as much as we can. No one can say we're a lazy band!