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Into Eternity Drummer Issues Update, Talks New Material

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Into Eternity drummer Steve Bolognese has posted the following update online:

"It's a tremendous honor to be invited back to teach at Berklee College Of Music for the spring semester. I always have a great time at the school. There are so many aspiring students getting their start in the field, and it's really amazing to be there to help them out and share any knowledge that I have to better prepare them for this ever-changing industry. Not to mention the world-class faculty that the percussion department has. It's just a real heavy scene. There are some heavy cats walking around those hallways, what I like to call 'total monsters.'

"Mike Mangini left at the end of last semester, so although those are some extremely huge shoes to fill, things are going really well. Mike always helps me out, to make sure I know what's going on before I start. So I'm really excited for the semester.

"After this I will be back on the road this summer playing with Baptized In Blood and will continue to work on the new Into Eternity material as well, which is almost in the final writing stage. It's going to be what I like to call 'epically triumphant.' I know our fans will love the new material."

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1. n0thinghead writes:

niiice. didn't know that about the teaching. pretty kool. sounds like a real down-to-earth dude. would rlly like to see them live. ERADICATION OF THE MIND - BEGINNING OF THE END - NO ESCAPE - ARMAGEDDON!! \m/

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