INTO ETERNITY mainman Tim Roth has issued the following update:

"Our drummer Steve [Bolognese] flew in from Boston last week so we could start heavy rehearsals for the DREAM THEATER tour. Everything is going well and the set is going smoothly. I think we will have around 35 minutes for a set, so we hope everybody will come early, because we are opening this tour! We also have a couple of new off dates booked, so I hope we'll see everyone out at those as well. On August 15th the side date is with the band DAATH and August 19th we are playing with NILE. Those should be some interesting shows. Hopefully we'll be heavy enough for those gigs....ha. We will see you all very soon on the road. Keep it metal!"

INTO ETERNITY's tour with DREAM THEATER is scheduled to kick off July 24 in San Diego, California. Also appearing on the bill is REDEMPTION.

INTO ETERNITY's upcoming trek with DREAM THEATER will mark the Canadian band's fourth Stateside run in support of their critically acclaimed new album, "The Scattering of Ashes", and it will coincide with the launch of its new single for the epic, "Timeless Winter". A riveting conceptual video for the track was recently completed by up-and-coming director Don Thompson, and its stunning imagery is sure to help it stand apart from the pack. In the meantime, you can view their latest video for "Severe Emotional Distress" at this location.

INTO ETERNITY recently finished annihilating audiences across the U.S. on the inaugural Metal For The Masses tour alongside Swedish titans THE HAUNTED, DARK TRANQUILLITY and SCAR SYMMETRY. The month-long trek marked the group's second U.S. run with new members Steve Bolognese (ex-BEYOND THE EMBRACE) on drums and Justin Bender on guitars.


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