Into Eternity (album)

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Into Eternity
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Studio album by Into Eternity
Released 1999
Recorded Touchwood Studios, Canada
Genre Progressive metal, melodic death metal, power metal, thrash metal
Length 43:16
Label Independent
Producer Into Eternity & Grant Hall
Into Eternity chronology
Into Eternity
(1999)
Dead or Dreaming
(2001)Dead or Dreaming2001
Alternative cover
DVS Records 2000 reissue
DVS Records 2000 reissue
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link

Into Eternity is the eponymous debut studio album by the Canadian metal band, Into Eternity. The album was originally self-released by the band in 1999, then was re-released by DVS Records in 2000 with different coverart and omitted the last track. The version enlists Daniel Nargang (who would later share guitar and vocal duties with Tim Roth on the band's 2001 follow up Dead or Dreaming) on guitar instead of Chris Eisler. The album is intertwined with audio excerpts from the 1994 film Pulp Fiction.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Torn" 5:31
2. "Sorrow" 4:49
3. "Left Behind" 3:15
4. "The Modern Day" 4:53
5. "A Frozen Escape" 3:50
6. "Behind the Disguise" 4:15
7. "Holding Onto Emptiness" 4:51
8. "Into Eternity" 4:07
9. "Speak of the Dead" 3:55
10. "Silence Through Virtue" (Bonus track by DVS Records) 4:51

Personnel[edit]

  • Tim Roth – Lead Vocals, guitar
  • Chris Eisler – guitar (on original release)
  • Chris McDougall – keyboards
  • Scott Krall – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Jim Austin – drums, backing vocals
  • Daniel Nargang – guitar (on 2000 re-release)

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