Regina, Saskatchewan-based Canadian extreme progressive metallers INTO ETERNITY will enter the studio this weekend to record drums for four new songs "The Fringes Of Psychosis", "Fukushima", "Devoured By Sarcopenia" and an as-yet-untitled acoustic track.
INTO ETERNITY recently released its first new material since 2008 in the form of a new song called "Sandstorm". The track, which is available on iTunes and Bandcamp, features guest death vocals by Rob Doherty and marks the recording debut of the band's new drummer Brian Newbury, who was previously known in the western Canadian metal scene as a member of Edmonton, Alberta-based group DEATH TOLL RISING.
A special package deal for "Sandstorm" will be made available soon via RealDealMerch.com including a "Sandstorm" t-shirt (artwork by Mattias Norn). With the purchase of the shirt (for a limited time it will be only $12), you get a Tim Roth vocal mix, a Stu Block vocal mix, the normal version of the song, and an instrumental mix.
"Sandstorm" was written the day the USA took out Osama Bin Laden, and is inspired by the events that transpired.
INTO ETERNITY's last album, "The Incurable Tragedy", came out in 2008 via Century Media.
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