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Into Eternity update

Thu, October 13, 2005 4:31 PM PT3,342 views

Official press release: Canada's progressive death metal band Into Eternity have wrapped up their fourth 2005 North American tour supporting their latest album Buried Into Oblivion. This year the band has been privileged to share the stage with metal veterans Amorphis, Hate Eternal, Krisiun, Incantation, Hammerfall, Edguy and now Stratovarius. Drummer Adam Sagan commented, "The tour is winding down, and we have had a freakin' blast. We’ve seen old friends, and have made plenty of new ones. It's also been killer seeing a lot of you returning to see us. The Stratovarius guys are great, but since the bands had really different touring schedules (we drove our van and they had a bus) we didn’t have a lot of opportunities to get to know them... until we closed down Seattle's Studio Seven drinking together." "Just when we thought we would be going home and ending the year on a high note with Stratovarius, we were given the honor of playing two weeks with Opeth and Nevermore: truly a dream come true. Personally I could tour with either band and die happy, but touring with both together come on..." Into Eternity will begin working on Buried In Oblivion's follow-up album after finishing the Opeth/Nevermore tour. INTO ETERNITY other acts TBA 10/15 The Exchange- Regina, SK 10/28 Kilroy’s – Thunder Bay, ON (Canada) 10/29 The Opera House – Toronto, ON (Canada) w/ Opeth & Nevermore 10/31 TLA – Philadelphia, PA 11/01 Jaxx – Springfield, VA 11/02 Saratoga Winners – Latham, NY 11/03 Webster Hall – New York, NY 11/04 Showplace Theatre – Buffalo, NY 11/05 Jaxx – Springfield – VA 11/06 House Of Blues – Cleveland, OH 11/07 Ziggy's – Winston-Salem, NC 11/08 Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre – Atlanta, GA 11/09 House Of Blues – Lake Buena Vista, FL 11/11 Culture Room – Fort Lauderdale, FL 11/12 Boomerz Boiler Room – Seminole, FL




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