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Into Eternity Enters the Rehearsal Studio

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Tim Roth, guitarist of Canadian progressive death metal band Into Eternity, has issued the following update:

"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."

"Thanks for all the emails we have been getting wondering what is going on, well here it is. Thanks again to Japan for all the continued support!"

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1. n0thinghead writes:

kickass. i rlly like this band. just sux that such tragic things had to occur to inspire the last album, but it was awesome. stu block's amazing, even tho chris krall was awesome, but w/e, as long as tim's there, it's all good. kuz it's rlly, his band. into eternity \m/

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2. zMETALlica writes:

I agree n0thinghead, but I hope they put a bit more effort in songwriting than showing off. aka more "Time Immemorial"s and less "tides of blood," "Indignation," etc.

I also hope they get a producer who knows what they're doing. The last two albums sounded horrid for different reasons...

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3. n0thinghead writes:

yeah bro, i completely get where ur coming from. it was just the almost un-produced sound that especially the last album kinda gave off. i don't mind the showing off, at least in the music aspect, kuz they're a bunch of extremely talented guys and they're rlly underrated, but i do understand what u mean about "time immemorial" and such lol. i just gotta say and let it out there, but i love 'buried in oblivion' and it's pretty much by fav album, 2nd being 'the scattering of ashes'. do u know what stu block's up to nowadays? like is he doing anything or in any band?

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