INTO ETERNITY Comments On GIGANTOUR 2006
Canada's progressive metal band INTO ETERNITY has been confirmed for this year's Gigantour set tok kick off in September. INTO ETERNITY guitarist Tim Roth said of the honor, "We are extremely blown away at the chance to tour with this great festival. When INTO ETERNITY was formed, a tour with MEGADETH was always a goal of mine. I didn't actually think nine years later we would be playing arenas with them. INTO ETERNITY would like to give extra thanks to MEGADETH drummer Shawn Drover for going to bat and putting in some good words for us. See you out there!"
INTO ETERNITY's new CD, "The Scattering of Ashes", is scheduled for release in Europe on September 25 via Century Media Records. The CD was mixed and mastered by Andy Sneap (KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, ARCH ENEMY).
INTO ETERNITY's new CD will mark the group's first release with vocalist Stu Block, who was previously a member of Vancouver's OMEGA CROM. The band's third album, "Buried in Oblivion", was released in February 2004 through Century Media Records.
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