Into Eternity - Finish Recording New Album

Canadian progressive death metallers Into Eternity have posted the following update:

"Things are going well these days in the Into Eternity camp. The recording of our fourth album was recently completed at the end of May. Now we are looking forward to Andy Sneap putting all of his talent into mixing the new disc. That will take place around June 23/06. The band is excited for everyone to hear the new material.

Right now Mattias Norén is working on the CD packaging. I've seen the cover and it looks really amazing. Mattias always does a great job. Last week we finished a photo shoot with Cortney Bodnar. The pics turned out well and now it's up to Mattias to bring every thing to life.

We've been listening to a rough mix of the songs that the studio gave us. So far, I think it is a mix between Dead Or Dreaming and Buried In Oblivion. For this album we kept some things a bit more stripped down. Now we won't have 5 vocal harmonies going at once. The band decided that we want to sound more like we do live, so we stuck to 2 part vocal harmonies. It still sounds killer though and I'm sure people will dig the new melodies. Stu did a great job singing on this album. He has 5 different voices that he can change back and forth from. Wait to you hear some of the notes he hits!"

Band profile: Into Eternity
Posted: 21.06.2006 by Thryce


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21.06.2006 - 17:51
"Prog/Death"? lol, sounds like Hardcore / Metalcore / whateverthehellelse-core to me. Seriously, they sound nearly exactly like Killswitch Engage.
21.06.2006 - 18:54
Rosetta Stoned
This definately progressive dude. I have almost no idea how to deffine core but progressive metalcore is fine with me. Whatever, their music is great. Can't wait to hear the new album.
29.06.2006 - 21:07
Totemic Lust
Yeah, I noticed the "death" vocals sound very metalcore, but they are way better than Killswitch Engage. I think the clean vocals sound amazing with the intertwined guitar melodies and ferocious drums. The death label may have been mistakenly applied, but however you label it, Into Eternity is solid.

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