"Sandstorm", a brand new song from Regina, Saskatchewan-based Canadian extreme progressive metallers INTO ETERNITY, will be released in July via iTunes.
Video footage of Rob Doherty laying down "death" vocals for the track can be viewed below. Also available is a one-minute audio sample of the song.
INTO ETERNITY in March announced the addition of drummer Brian Newbury from Edmonton, Alberta. Newbury is known in the western Canadian metal scene as a member of Edmonton-based DEATH TOLL RISING.
INTO ETERNITY has been writing new material as a follow-up to the well-received 2008 Century Media release "The Incurable Tragedy". Guitarist Tim Roth commented back in March about the progress of the songwriting sessions for the new CD, "This will be our sixth album, so we have to make sure all the songs are perfect. I have over 60 minutes of music demoed now on my iPod, so things are slowly getting done. The music is all there now, so the rough arrangement of the songs has started."
Rob Doherty laying down "death" vocals:
"Sandstorm" audio sample:
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