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4.00 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Sirens (7:55)
2. Fringes of Psychosis (6:59)
3. Sandstorm (3:47)
4. This Frozen Hell (7:02)
5. Nowhere Near (7:17)
6. Devoured by Sarcopenia (7:18)
7. Fukushima (5:57)
8. The Scattering of Ashes Pt2 (3:48)

Total time 50:00

Line-up / Musicians

- Amanda Keirnan / lead vocals
- Tim Roth / lead & death vocals, guitar
- Matt Cuthberson / guitar
- Troy Bleich / bass, death vocals
- Bryan Newbury / drums

- Justin Bender / guitar, co-producer
Not confirmed:
- Glen Drover / guitar
- Jason Tipton / guitar
- Stu Block / vocals
- Rob Doherty / vocals
- Chuck Labossier / vocals
- Cam Dixon / vocals

Releases information

Artwork: Mattias Norén

CD M-Theory Audio ‎- M-028 (2018, Canada)

LP M-Theory Audio ‎- M-028 (2018, Canada)

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INTO ETERNITY The Sirens ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
Good, but non-essential (25%)
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Review by kev rowland
4 stars Canadian act Into Eternity released their debut album through DVS back in 1999, with another four coming in quick succession on Century Media, the last two of which two featured Stu Block (Iced Earth) on vocals. The band then decided to put recording on hold, so that they could concentrate on touring internationally. Amanda Keirnan joined on vocals to replace Block, giving the band more depth and breadth with her ability to growl with the best of them as well as providing strong soprano when the need arises. The band decided that after ten years away from the recording scene it was time to return with their sixth album, and they are back with 'The Sirens'.

Spending many years on the road has obviously paid dividends as the guys are incredibly tight, with melodic guitar runs as sharp as one could wish for, while the rhythm section move between providing a foundation and moving more into the secondary melody. Amanda is a real find, the perfect conduit for the style of music they are performing, which is a mix between Arch Enemy, Death, Opeth and King's X. It is deep, it is pummelling, it has hints of Judas Priest yet somehow stays more melodic while losing none of the brutality. Some of the guitar solos, such as on the killer song "Sandstorm", are breathtakingly quick and somehow the band manages to groove and move while at the same time rocking like absolute and total bastards.

They have discovered that fine line between melodic metal and out and out brutality and speed, and have then trampled all over it. This is incredibly clever and solid metal that has much in homage to the death and thrash scene as it does to the prog, and then somehow mixes it all together to create something that fans of all three genres will do well to discover. Let's just hope that we don't have to wait another ten years for the next one, surely not.

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