Band Photo: Into Eternity (?)
From: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Last Known Status: Active
This progressive death metal band gives a new meaning to the genre. Showing as many different time signatures as growls, Into Eternity is really split between progressive and death metal. The fast paced energy that flows throughout the music is an experience that can only be achieved by listening to the CDs.
Latest Into Eternity News
Below is our complete Into Eternity news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
The Finnish long time metal outfit Amorphis have finally found a new vocalist to replace Pasi Koskinen. The new vocalist found from the band's friends, from a local band NeverGreen, is called Tomi Joutsen who has been hired to handle all the vocal duties. Joutsen's debut gig was witnessed at the benefit gig arranged to help the victims of tsunami. According to the interview of Tomi Joutsen given to Iltalehti he unveiled to be digging the melancholic music from where Amorphis ladles all the inspiration and willing to do some growling vocals in the future. Amorphis has been working on the material for the new album and will be entering the studio by the end of spring. Meanwhile the Finnish melancholic metallers will head out to tour to The States and Mexico together with Into Eternity and Beyond The Embrace.
Into Eternity have announced the addition of Omega Crom vocalist Stuie B. to their lineup. Stu will apparently replace Chris Krall, who left the group last year. Here's a statement (posted on the band's website) from guitarist Tim Roth:
"We have spent a week jamming as a band again. The rehearsals went very well for us. Stu flew in from Vancouver on Monday the 3rd. The very first day, Stu had learned about 11 songs! He actually sang them all and we were surprised by that. By weeks end, he had most of the kinks out and we are sounding pretty tight. Stu has a really great high falsetto voice, which has some Rob Halford influence in it. The high parts on Buried In Oblivion are no problem for him and he is nailing all the parts like a pro! Another bonus is his death vocals. Stu has no problem hitting all the clean vocals and then switching into some death voices as well. This diverse style is going to work well within the band. To top it all off, Stu has a great attitude and it an all around cool guy. Stu will be performing with Into Eternity on all future shows, including our upcoming tour with Amorphis in March. Hopefully everyone will come out to support the new line-up. I promise it won't disappoint!"
The Black Dahlia Murder and Into Eternity will be supporting King Diamond on the road in Spring 2005. Here are the dates that have been confirmed thus far:
4/15 Lake Buena Vista FL @ House Of Blues
4/16 Atlanta GA @ The Masquerade
4/18 Philadelphia PA @ Trocadero
4/19 New York NY @ BB Kings
4/20 New York NY @ BB Kings
4/22 Springfield VA @ Jaxx
4/23 Poughkeepsie NY @ The Chance
4/24 Worcester MA @ The Palladium
4/26 Cleveland OH @ House Of Blues
4/27 Chicago IL @ House Of Blues
4/28 Royal Oak MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
4/29 Sauget IL @ Pop's
4/30 Minneapolis MN @ Quest Club
5/2 Denver CO @ Ogden Theatre
5/5 Seattle WA Fenix Underground
5/6 Portland OR @ Roseland Theatre
5/8 Los Angeles CA @ House of Blues
5/9 Anaheim CA @ House of Blues
5/11 Tempe AZ @ Marquee Theatre
5/12 Albuquerque NM @ Sunshine Theatre
5/13 El Paso TX @ Club Xcape
5/14 San Antonio TX @ Sunset Station
According to their official website, AMORPHIS, INTO ETERNITY and BEYOND THE EMBRACE will be teaming up for a U.S. tour beginning in early March 2005. Confirmed dates so far are as follows: More...
Official photos from this year's ProgPower USA V festival held in Atlanta, Georgia on September 17-18 have been posted online here.
The photos were taken by Todd Brown, the festival's official photographer.
Canadian death metallers KATAKLYSM have finalized their European and North American tour itineraries. Confirmed dates are as follows:
"No More Serenity" European Tour 2004 w/ Graveworm, Mystic Circle, Into Eternity: More...
Drummer Jim Austin and singer Chris Krall were forced to leave Canadian metallers Into Eternity because of "financial reasons," according to this posting made by Jim Austin on the band's official website:
This message is just to let everyone know that Chris and I are out of the band due to financial reasons. We simply have no money and need to work. Into Eternity needs to tour and we cannot afford to go right now. I have had an excellent 7 years with the band and wish them all the best and hope to see this band have huge success and the recognition it deserves. I would like to personally thank you all for the support you have given this band - it has been truly appreciated!
With regards to the band's current status, guitarist Rob Doherty said, "This band is at the point where it needs to tour, period. We won't get into what we tried to do to make this happen for all but rather what we are doing. We are touring... The band will be just fine!! We haven't worked this hard to just quit. Things are going well, Chris and Jim will be missed by all of us, but the reality is we have to tour! To pass up a trip to Europe and tour so many cool countries with some great bands is something we can't afford not to do. Tim has taken over the vox like before, and it sounds killer!! This fuckin guy can sing!! We are working hard on the follow up to 'Buried In Oblivion' as we speak, and it's coming along really good. All our obligations and touring plans will be met head on with a full-steam metal assault!!!"
Ben Jackson and Midnight of Crimson Glory fame have been confirmed as special guests at ProgPower USA V on Friday, September 17 and Saturday, September 18 Earthlink Live in Atlanta. The duo made their last appearance together in June at Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles’ "Six Pack" festival in June, where they performed a rare acoustic set together. Jackson and Midnight will join previously announced special guest Timo Kotipelto (Kotipelto, Stratovarius) and vocalist Rob Rock.
ProgPower USA V will be headlined by current and former members of Savatage, uniting for one night only, along with Edguy, Kamelot, Pain of Salvation, Wuthering Heights, Dreamscape, Adagio, Brainstorm, Tad Morose, and Into Eternity.
The show officially sold out in early May, making it the third consecutive year ProgPower has sold out more than four months in advance.
For more information on the event, go to www.progpowerusa.com.
Kataklysm has added a show for this summer. The band will be headlining the Fit of Rage festival on August 27th in Prague, Czech Republic. The following day, Kataklysm will close the Up From the Ground festival in Germany on the 28th.
Some more dates have been also been added to their European tour with Graveworm, Mystic Circle, Into Eternity:
Oct. 2 Vosselaar, BL @ Biebob
Oct. 4 Bradford, UK @ Rio
Oct. 5 London, UK @ Underworld
Oct. 6 Essen, D @ Zeche Carl
Oct. 8 Clauchau, D @ Alte Spinerei
Oct. 9 Uherske Hradiste, CZ @ Mir Club
Oct. 10 Budapest, HUN @ Kultiplex
Oct. 15 Wien, A @ Planet Music
Oct. 17 Innsbruck, A @ Hafen
Oct. 25 Paris, FR @ La Locomotive
More dates coming soon!
Italian gothic black metal band GRAVEWORM, featuring former Abigor and current Darkwell/Shadowcast drummer Moritz Neuner, will be supporting KATAKLYSM on their upcoming European tour in October 2004, along with MYSTIC CIRCLE and INTO ETERNITY. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:
Oct. 02 - Vosselaar, BEL @Biebob
Oct. 04 - Bradford, UK @ Rio
Oct. 05 - London, UK @ Underworld
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Saskatchewan, Canada metal/death group Into Eternity has now been added to Kataklysm's upcoming European tour alongside Mystic Circle and Graveworm, which kicks off in October. However, as a result of "work constraints," the group is in urgent need of a drummer for their touring line-up. Interested parties should be familiar with the band's material, be willing to tour, possess a passport, and have professional equipment. Send an email here for more information.
According to a posting on their website, Canadian progressive metal heroes INTO ETERNITY have parted ways with bassist Scott Krall. The posting reads as follows:
"Into Eternity regretfully announces the departure of long time bass player Scott Krall. The band hopes to begin holding auditions soon. The remaining four members vow to continue on with already pre-planned tours and shows. Thanks for all the support in this difficult time. The new album (Buried In Oblivion) has finally been released (by Century Media), so we have been doing a ton of press. These are the most interviews that we have ever done in our entire career! We also have exciting news about a hometown CD release show. We've decided to have two separate shows. One will be a drinking show and one will be a special All Ages show for our younger metal fans!!! Here are the dates:More...