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Into Eternity

Buried In Oblivion

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Category: Progressive/Death

Year: 2004

Label: Century Media Records

Catalog Number: CMR 8133-2

Average Rating: 83 / 100 (1 rating)

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Personnel
Chris Krall Lead Vocals
Tim Roth Lead & Rhythm Guitar, Lead & Backup Vocals
Rob Doherty Rhythm & Lead Guitar, Lead & Backup Vocals
Scott Krall Bass Guitar, Backup Vocals
Jim Austin Drums, Backup Vocals
Tracks
1.  Splintered Visions  4:57
2.  Embraced By Desolation  4:11
3.  Three Dimensional Aperture  4:50
4.  Beginning Of The End  4:41
5.  Point Of Uncertainty  3:46
6.  Spiralling Into Depression  3:39
7.  Isolation  5:01
8.  Buried In Oblivion  4:07
9.  Black Sea Of Agony  6:36
10.  Morose Seclusion  3:24
  
Total Running Time:  45:12

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Lococo Date: June 7, 2004 at 19:10
I heard isolation on a sampler and was blown away. The cd itself left no disappointments and proves itself to be an innovative bridge to the new chapter in death metal.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 8, 2013 at 22:33
Regina, rhymes with vagina, Saskatchewan's Itno Eternity play a hyperactive, shapeshiftingmix of power, thrash, death and black metal, all of it in bite-size chunks, alll the songs in the three- to six-minute mark. Lightning-fast, virtuoso guitars, clattering drums, and vocals that go from Halford-on-crack shrieks, to death growls, to clean harmonies, all in the same song (vocal duties are shared between Chris Krall and band mastermind Tim Roth). What this band does is really impressive, showcased none better than on "Buried In oblivion" and "Black Sea Of Agony," tracks that are like two halves of the same song. "Constant state of mental illness, self-worth decreasing, demoralized, drown myself in a black sea of agony," Krall sings in a deceptively sweet melody over classical acoustic guitars on the title track. Later, Roth gurgles "I close my eyes and pray for the end." This is not party music, people.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 8, 2013 at 22:36
Krall is noticeably off-key in some of his clean singing, especially on the acoustic closer "Morose Seclusion" (good lord, gotta love those song titles), a situation that will be rectified on the next two albums (missing from this site), with the addition of Stu Block.


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