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Into Eternity


Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

2.58 | 19 ratings

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King of Loss
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3 stars Into Eternity is a Progressive Melodic Power Death Metal band from Canada. Looking at that "definition" must be really confusing, eh? In other words, Into Eternity is a mix of a lot of Metal genres, Progressive Metal, Power Metal, Death Metal, but most overlooked in this band is the "Melodic side" of things. Into Eternity is an extremely Melodic band with some of the best Vocal harmonies and melodies I've heard in Metal. This album is an excellent example of that. Here is a breakdown of the album:

This is a METAL album, which means it will be HEAVY. Plus, this isn't just Heavy Metal, this band has DEATH GROWLS alternating with Clean, Power Metal vocals along with some Progressive Metal musical elements in it. The singer (now former) of Into Eternity varies from low pitched singing to high-screeching falsettos. The growling of the two other vocalists blow us away with the alternation of between clean and brutal vocals, much like Opeth, but used differently. This band would sometimes switch between brutal and clean vocals almost every other phrase, highly resembling an Ayreon project, but only with three vocalists.

Overall, I'd recommend this album to any open-minded fan of Progressive Metal or a Prog Rock fan who wants to hear something REALLY BRUTAL.

This album shows the things to come for Into Eternity on their next album, a good album nevertheless.

A solid 3.5 stars

King of Loss | 3/5 |


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