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Eternity Black Interviews and Features

Below are our features and interviews with Eternity Black.


Interview With Rob Trevino Of Eternity Black

I am so thrilled and honored to be interviewing my next subject, Rob Trevino, lead guitarist of Houston, Texas' ETERNITY BLACK. A lot of you know him from his days with the legendary HELSTAR, but I have to get on the bullhorn here and tell you metalers that this dude is not playing around, even this late in the game of his highly respected musical career. When most others his age, Dave Mustaine notably, clearly are slowing down and not flashing much of the past great virtuoso chops in newer material any longer, it's a great thing to see Rob truly sticking to his guns, no matter what anyone thinks. And I'm here to say that this is a heavy metal band that could go head to head right now with just about anyone. They are that impressive musically, dropping sonic atomic bombs to wipe thousands around them off the map... and into ETERNITY BLACK. More...

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Interview With Eternity Black's Ryan McKnight

Former HELSTAR guitarists, Robert Trevino and Larry Barragan, have formed a new metal beast entitled ETERNITY BLACK out of the very proud and legendary underground metal scene of Houston, Texas. These two clearly made an impact with their former band and are now sitting on top of a literal powder keg with the new one. I even venture out to say that they are at the helm of one of the baddest, meanest-sounding unsigned acts in the world. They will not bow down to the corpororate metal way-of-thinking as they move forward, ushering in the truest form of heavy music one can handle. I am really impressed by not only the guitars and percussion going on, but they have got one incredible vocalist in Ryan McKnight, who I shared some Q&A with recently. Getcha pull! More...

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