INTO ETERNITY: New YouTube Guitar Lesson Available

INTO ETERNITY continues to defy the odds with their stunning melodies and proficient musicianship, which is most evident in Tim Roth's (guitars) YouTube instructional series. The lessons have drawn over 20,000 views in under a month's time. Click here to view the latest installment where Roth breaks down parts of the track "Pain through Breathing".

INTO ETERNITY gained legions of rabid fans on this year's Gigantour, emerging as one of the fest's most-talked-about acts. They also just completed a new video for the album's opening track, "Severe Emotional Distress", with up-and-coming director Kevin Wildt ("Set Your Goals", "The Warriors"); look for it to make its online debut next month. Click here to stream an MP3 of the track.


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