Former INTO ETERNITY Guitarist Releases Demo Version Of 'The Scattering Of Ashes'

Former INTO ETERNITY guitarist Rob Doherty has uploaded a demo version of the song "The Scattering of Ashes" on his MySpace page.

Commented Doherty: "I have had a lot of mail from fans and friends asking if I would put the song up as I had writen the song in 2005 as a form of therapy for the passing of my father."

"The Scattering of Ashes" is the title track of INTO ETERNITY's new album, which is scheduled for release tomorrow (Tuesday, October 3) via Century Media Records. The follow-up to 2004's "Buried in Oblivion", which was was mixed and mastered by Andy Sneap (KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, ARCH ENEMY), marks the group's first release with vocalist Stu Block, who was previously a member of Vancouver's OMEGA CROM.


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