INTO ETERNITY’s New Track “Fringes of Psychosis”; New Album Out Aug 3rd

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L-R – Tim Roth – Lead Guitar, Vocals,  Matt Cuthberson – Guitar, Amanda Keirnan – Vocals, Bryan Newbury – Drums, Troy Bleich – Bass, Backing Vocals

It’s been 10 years since INTO ETERNITY unleashed 2008’s “The Incurable Tragedy” on Century Media with former vocalist Stu Block now of Iced Earth. A decade later, it’s a new era for the band with their new album “The Sirens” due out on August 3rd, which features founding member and guitarist Tim Roth with a new line-up that includes vocalist Amanda Keirnan (The Order of Chaos), guitarist Matt Cuthberston (Untimely Demise), bassist Troy Bleich (Planet Eater) and drummer Bryan James Newsbury (Culled/Death Toll Rising).

Borrowing from all aspects of heavy music to form the perfect blend of technicality, memorable songwriting, traditional heavy metal and the sheer savagery of metal’s extreme genres, INTO ETERNITY’s first single “Fringes of Psychosis” is ready to be revealed to the metal world with its premiere on MetalInjection.net.

The track features guest guitar solo from ex-Megadeth guitarist Glenn Drover along with guest vocals from Chuck Labossiere (Psychotic Gardening/Eyam/Votov) and can be heard for the first time at the following link: http://www.metalinjection.net/av/new-music/into-eternity-streams-new-song-fringes-of-psychosis-featuring-ex-megadeth-guitarist

The band comments about the track:

“Fringes of Psychosis is the first track off our long awaited release ‘The Sirens’. This track deals with the edge of one’s sanity through life’s endless turmoil. Musically this song captures the classic music of early Into Eternity, reborn again with the soaring vocals of Amanda Kiernan, shredding guitar featuring Tim Roth and Matt Cuthbertson, the precise bass playing of Troy Bleich and the intense drumming of Bryan Newbury. Featured also on this track are a couple of guest solos by the mighty Glenn Drover (Megadeth/Testement) and guest demon low growls by our buddy Chuck Labossiere (Eyam/VOTOV).”

“The Sirens” pre-order available at http://intoeternitysk.bandcamp.com.

In additional news, INTO ETERNITY will performing the album for the first time live at this year’s Loud As Hell Festival in Drumheller, AB on August 5th. For more info visit www.LoudAsHell.com.

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Track Listing:

1. The Sirens (7:54)

2. Fringes of Psychosis (6:58)

3. Sandstorm (3:46)

4. This Frozen Hell (7:01)

5. Nowhere Near (7:17)

6. Devoured by Sarcopenia (7:17)

7. Fukushima (5:56)

8. Scattering of the Ashes pt. 2 (3:47)

Album Length: 50:00

Album / Live Band Line Up:

Tim Roth – Lead Guitar/Vocals

Amanda Keirnan – Vocals

Troy Bleich – Bass/Backing Vocals

Bryan Newbury – Drums

Justin Bender – Guitar

Matt Cuthberson – Guitar

Show Dates:

Aug 5 – Drumheller, AB – Loud As Hell Festival – info w/ Fit For An Autopsy, Archspire, Ninjaspy, The Kennedy Veil, Sarah Longfield, Neck of The Woods

For More Info:http://www.intoeternity.net https://www.facebook.com/intoeternitywebAbout:

Founded in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada in 1997, Into Eternity is a cornerstone in the Canadian metal scene. The next nine years for the band was a flurry of writing and recording, with the band recording a total of five full-lengths. The debut self-titled album came out in 1999 followed but “Dead or Dreaming” (2001), “Buried in Oblivion” (2004), “The Scattering of Ashes” (2006) and “The Incurable Tragedy” (2008); the latter two featuring Stu Block (Iced Earth) on vocals. Their sixth full-length album “The Sirens” (2018) sees soprano Amanda Keirnan taking on vocal duties ushering in a new era for the band.

Into Eternity borrows from all aspects of heavy music to form the perfect blend of technicality, memorable songwriting, traditional heavy metal and the sheer savagery of metal’s extreme genres. With extensive touring history, including sharing the stage with household names like Judas Priest, Megadeth and Arch Enemy, Into Eternity takes the listener on an epic journey; combining the jarring aggression of old school thrash and death metal, the speedy instrumental precision of shred and prog metal, with triumphant choruses and the melodies of classic metal.

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