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Into Eternity Announce New Members

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INTO ETERNITY will kick off 2007 with a short run of headlining dates leading them into a major U.S. tour this spring. This trek also marks the addition of new members, Steve Bolognese (ex-Beyond The Embrace) on drums and Justin Bender on guitars. Tim Roth (guitars, vocals) states: “We are really excited to announce Steve and Justin as permanent members. Both will be hitting the road with us in January. They figured all the music out by ear, so I didn't have to teach them anything. That just blew me away. Steve can do rapid-fire double-bass at 240 beats per minute, so the drumming on the new album won't be a problem for him. Look for us on the road in the U.S. this spring. See you soon.”

Roth recently created a buzz on YouTube with his guitar lesson series, and click here to view the final installment where he takes you through the rhythm parts for the track “Eternal.”

INTO ETERNITY have had a phenomenal year that saw the release of a new album, The Scattering of Ashes, which continues to be hailed by critics and fans alike as a metal masterpiece, and a high profile run on Gigantour alongside such genre titans as Megadeth, Lamb of God and Opeth. They emerged as one of the fest’s most talked about acts and quickly developed a die-hard legion of fans along the way. Click here to check out a live performance of “Severe Emotional Distress” from Gigantour.

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1. metal2death writes:

theese people are not good

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2. poopoovachinaboy writes:

i agree metal 2 death 240 bpm isnt even that impressive

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3. metalhead644 writes:

bad way to judge a drummer, basing it on how fast he can do a double bass roll... even some of the record holders in that respect really arent that amazing at all, in any way... playing fast doesnt make a good drummer... but the band themselves i have to say is pretty f***ing good, ill stick by that...

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4. zMETALlica writes:

If you've ever heard the band Beyond the Embrace you'd know he is a killer drummer. I think he fits IE's style very well too.

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5. bla writes:

this band is rad.

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6. MetallicPunk writes:

Awesome,this band is amazing!

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7. metalhead644 writes:

yes! beyond the embrace is a great band, and hes a damn solid drummer

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8. poopoovachinaboy writes:

i never said he was a bad drummer ijust said it wasnt that impressive

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