Founding guitarist/principal songwriter Tim Roth of Canadian extreme progressive metallers Into Eternity has issued the following update:
"My original intention for the new [Into Eternity] album was an all-heavy/fast album. However, we have just demoed a 6:07-minute acoustic track for Song 2. The song doesn't feel finished yet, but Stu [Block, vocals] and I are coming up with lyrics and cool melodies to sing over and then we'll have a better picture to where the song is headed.
"The band is back to jamming on a regular basis now and things are going great!
"Justin [Bender, guitar], in his spare time, also set up an online store to sell some of our t-shirts, so you can check that out at IntoEternity.net.
"I have no idea when the new album is going to be finished, so thank you in advance to everyone for their patience."
"Time Immemorial", the latest video from Into Eternity, can be viewed here. The track appears on the group's concept album, The Incurable Tragedy, which sold 1,900 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The clip, which features vocalist Stu Block in a prominent role, was filmed in Montreal in August 2008, just before the group embarked on the Summer Slaughter Canada tour. That trek was followed by a run alongside the legendary Iced Earth, which capped off a year that also saw the band tour with Symphony X, At The Gates and The Dillinger Escape Plan, among others.
[Source: via e-Prog]